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Black masks, black dresses prohibited during Swearing in ceremony of Goa govt: Tanavade

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Panaji” Goa government has banned people with black masks or black dresses for the swearing-in ceremony of new government, which will be held on March 28.
BJP Goa State President Sadanand Shet Tanavade said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Union Home Minister Amit Shah would be present for the swearing in ceremony which will be held at 11 am at Dr Shama Prasad Mukherjee stadium near here.
He said that the people wearing black masks and black dresses will not be allowed inside the venue. Tanavade said that the ceremony is open for all the people.
BJP MLA Dr Pramod Sawant would be sworn in as the chief minister of the state during the ceremony along with his council of ministers. During the recently held election for Goa Legislative Assembly, BJP had won on 20 seats in the state.
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  1. Congress should withdraw atleast once to make way for AAP to defeat BJP in Goa. Once BJP is gone, Goans can get their choice Government. 70% Goans did not voted BJP in 2022 Assembly Elections and still BJP formed Government in Goa.

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