Panaji: Bharatiya Janata Party has pulled up its sleeves after the meeting of its national president Amit Shah. The local unit today held a meeting in Panaji which was attended by two ministers to discuss the ongoing governance.
Urban Development Minister Francis D’Souza and Health Minister Vishwajit Rane were part of the meeting which was also attended by party’s organizational general secretary Sadanand Tanavade and Treasurer Sanjiv Desai.
Emerging from the meeting, D’Souza claimed it as the “routine” meeting held after Shah’s Goa visit.
Reacting to the allegations that Shah did not made a mention about Mhadei issue, he said yesterday’s meeting was only restricted to workers and had no political agenda.
“Shah was here to encouage the workers and make them ready for the future challenges. It was not a political meeting,” he said responding to a question.
He also said that the mining issue will now get momentum with the assurance of Shah. “Once he assures something he does it. He has assured solution for the mining issue which means it will happen,” he said.