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Congress says ‘no more sympathy to ailing Parrikar; to come out aggressive’

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Panaji: Stating that party will be no more sympathize towards ailing Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, Congress today decided to come out aggressively exposing Chief Minister and his council of Ministers on various illegalities and corruption committed by them.

Addressing press conference, Congress President Girish Chodankar said that the party has decided to go aggressive against the government, exposing their illegalities and corruption.

“Over last six-seven months we sympathized enough towards the ill health of Chief Minister. But his party and council of Ministers have been repeatedly saying that he is fine and running the administration,” he said.

“If Parrikar is fit to run the State, he should be fit enough to face us,” he commented.

“So now, no more sympathy… We will expose all the misdeeds of Chief Minister and his council of Ministers with proper evidences. Wherever required criminal cases would be filed and will also approach Court for justice,” Chodankar said.

 He said government will be exposed on issues like illegal mining lease renewals, settlement with SEZ promoters, renting of premises, formalin, etc. 

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