Over 1 lakh people, Goan origins who have migrated to Britain seeking employment opportunities could face major heat of the newly elected Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s top Br-Exit policy. The top bureaucracy in Goa, are closely monitoring Johnson’s policies.
Couple of hours after wining, Britain elections on Friday its new Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised to exit the European union by 31st January.
“We will get Brexit done on time by the 31st of January, no ifs, no buts, no maybes,” said Johnson
According to sources, several Goans obtain Portuguese passport in Goa & travel to Britain for employment and business opportunities. After Brexit, a substantial amount of Goan’s traveled for employment might have to exit Britain.
Speaking to The Goajunction, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said that he would first study the matter and latter comment on the issue.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, congratulating Boris Johnson said that “I wish him the best and look forward to working together for closer India-UK ties”.