Herald: Parrikar’s PAs are running Goa: GPCC
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Parrikar’s PAs are running Goa: GPCC

07 Dec 2018 06:11am IST

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07 Dec 2018 06:11am IST

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Cong State president claimed the PAs were signing crucial documents claiming a verbal approval of the CM gave them the go ahead in such cases

PANJIM: Goa Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) President Girish Chodankar claimed Manohar Parrikar’s PAs’ are running the government and ordering ministers around.

Speaking at the taluka-wise agitation ‘Jan Akrosh’ at Pernem in North Goa, Chodankar said the Pas are involved in all the manipulations.

“The PAs of the unwell CM are signing crucial documents and making noting on the files claiming that ‘verbal approval of the CM’ has been taken. Chodankar said even BJP Ministers are being taken for a ride by the PAs who do not have the constitutional right to take such decisions.,” said Chodankar.

Chodankar warned the Congress would move the appropriate courts over the decisions taken by these PAs. These decisions are illegal and they want to warn the concerned officials and bureaucrats not to sign on any decisions which may seem questionable.

The launch program of the Goa Congress taluka-wise agitation ‘Jan Akrosh’ was launched by AICC secretary and Goa desk in-charge Dr A Chellakumar along with Goa Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) President Girish Chodankar and former CM Digambar Kamat at Pernem on Thursday.

Present at the function were several senior Goa Congress leaders including Dr A Chellakumar, GPCC President Girish Chodankar, former CM Digambar Kamat senior Congress leader M K Shaikh, former Minister Sangeeta Parab, PCC member Subhash Kerker, Goa Congress North District President Vijay Bhike, former Union Minister Ramakant Khalap, Mahila Congress leaders Adv Diya Shetkar, Muktamala Fondvekar, Panjim Block President Prasad Amolkar and several others.

Speaking at the function, GPCC President Girish Chodankar said Parrikar’s PAs and assistants were running the government and were dictating terms to Ministers and other senior government officials. “There is a complete failure of the administrative machinery in the State. Land conversion is happening on a suitcase to suitcase basis”  Chodankar said, referring to the ‘case-to-case’ conversion of land by the TCP department.”

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