Panaji: AAP in the past has been saying that CM’s chair was occupied by rotation in Goa by central functionaries of the Bjp due to the prolonged absence of the CM. In the wake of reports of 5 questions having been set by congress to the bjp boss Amit Shah, AAP said that Congress was acknowledging that they considered the BJP President as the boss of the Government in Goa.
AAP said that such questions had no merit in a known situation that both BJP and Congress Party were jointly running the Government with a deep level of understanding.
AAP General Secretary Pradeep Padgaonkar said that after the Congress allowed BJP to form the Government without majority it was known that some of their MLA’s were already in the BJP camp and now the party was further struggling to keep their MLA’s intact. AAP said that the present legislators had brought disgrace to the functioning of parliamentary democracy in the state.
Padgaonkar said that AAP considered Amit Shah as nobody to answer such questions. He said that the questions were not serious enough to merit a reply from the likes of Shah, as the answers were well known to the congress as well the people of Goa. AAP said that rather than the BJP it was the silence of the 16 Congress MLA’s that had left Goa headless for last 2 months as they had accepted the unconstitutional “CACA ” ( cabinet advisory committe administration) without any resistance.
AAP said that it was common knowledge that jobs were doled out in Sawantwadi and congress should not have been asking Amit Shah about special status promised by Modi as this Shah was already on record saying that the RS.15 Lakhs promised by Modi was an election stunt. ” By the way, was not special status not promised by Sonia too? asked Padgaonkar saying these parties were birds of the same feather when it came to election promises and failure to honour them.
AAP said that instead of asking Shah on why he is pushing Goa in to dangerous debt trap, they should start surrendering the 35000/- crores looted through illegal mining during the regime of the congress with former BJP and now congress leader Digambar Kamat as CM giving the lead as the BJP will not force them to do so through their mutual understanding.
Reminding the congress that sustainable mining was redefined during the Kamat regime to allow their Delhi friends to go into the bowels of the earth and destroy all the mining sector, Aap said that the BJP and Congress being partners in the same crimes should freely consult one another before posing questions or giving answers as otherwise they were getting trapped in their own web of lies.