Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant will head for poll-bound Maharashtra on Thursday to campaign for the BJP in the neighbouring state for upcoming state assembly elections.
Speaking to reporters in Panaji, Sawant said, that he had been allotted the responsibility of campaigning in several Western Maharashtra regions, including Mumbai.
"My responsibilities are Kolhapur, Sangli, Satara, Karad and Mumbai areas. I will be participating in corner meetings and interaction with youngsters. Tomorrow morning, I will be leaving on the Maharashtra tour," Sawant said, adding that he would also be participating in public meetings in the state, where election to 288 assembly seats is scheduled to be held on October 21.
Sawant also said, that BJP ministers in Goa and party workers would be campaign for the saffron party in the Konkan belt.