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Panaji: After being arrested for allegedly posting fake information about the health of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, a Panaji based businessman Kenneth Silveira has now filed complaint before Crime Branch accusing unknown person of forging signature of the chief minister.

Kenneth today addressed a press conference in panaji distributing the note signed by chief minister dated February 28, 2018. The note mentions that the chief minister has been adviced by doctors treating him to avoid physical contact with files for time being on account of possibility of secondary infection as a part of his ongoing treatment.

The businessman who had fought Panaji by-election against Parrikar has filed a formal complaint against unknown before crime branch for forging signature of chief minister.

Pointing out to the document procured under Right to Information, Kenneth has said that the crime branch needs to investigate the documents signed in the name of chief minister after February 28 as it is not possible for him to sign any document without touching the files.

“Therefore investigation needs to be done whether the signatures of chief minister are being forged to illegally run the business of the government of Goa,” he said.

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