Herald: CMP drafted in 2017 will be new govt’s blueprint

CMP drafted in 2017 will be new govt’s blueprint

21 Mar 2019 06:47am IST

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21 Mar 2019 06:47am IST

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PORVORIM: The Pramod Sawant-led coalition government will not deviate from the common minimum programme (CMP) that had been drafted after the 2017 elections. 

Speaking to media persons after winning the vote of confidence, Deputy Chief Minister Vijai Sardesai said the government will go ahead and implement the CMP. “Government is a continuous process and as part of that, we will carry forward the CMP. We have to carry forward the legacy of 

Parrikar,” he said. 

Sardesai said that victory on the floor of the House has wiped out the issue of instability. “We have won the vote of confidence with majority and there is no question mark on government stability,” he stated. 

Minister Vishwajit Rane too said that the cabinet members have decided to take forward the CMP, which was Parrikar’s vision. “We will work now in transparent manner to implement the CMP,” he said. 

Rane expressed confidence that the Chief Minister will take everyone into confidence in the decision making process. He also said that the Chief Minister will hold weekly meetings to review the functioning and performance of the government. 

On assuming power in 2017, the coalition partners had released a CMP that was supposed to be implemented during its five-year tenure.

The government had earlier under the CMP fulfilled the assurances of giving State Tree status to the coconut palm, reverting tenancy cases to mamlatdars and reviewing proposals cleared by IPB.

 

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