26 C
Panjim
Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Prahlad Joshi’s take on Mhadei insensitive, objectionable: Shiv Sena  

Must read

COVID19: 40 new cases, one death

Panaji: Goa's coronavirus caseload went up by 40 and reached 55,026 on Monday , a health department official said. The death toll touched 796 as...

Reliance acquires majority equity stake in Skytran inc.

Mumbai: Reliance Strategic Business Ventures Limited (“RSBVL”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Industries Limited, announced that it has acquired additional equity stake in...

AAP welcomes High court order on municipal ward reservations

  Aam Aadmi Party while terming the High Court order over municipal elections as a tight slap on the Dr Pramod Sawant Government advised the...

Siolim Village Panchayat files FIR against villagers for destroying Government documents 

Panaji : Monali Pednekar the Sarpanch of Siolim village Panchayat has filed a police complaint against the local villagers who caused ruckus and chaos...
- Advertisement -

 

Panaji: The Shiv Sena party in Goa condemned Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Coal and Mines Prahlad Joshi’s statement on the controversial Mhadei issue calling it ‘insensitive’ and ‘objectionable’.

Joshi, on Tuesday, had said the Karnataka government will go ahead with work for the implementation of Mhadei project as per the award of Mhadei River Dispute Tribunal. He told reporters that chief minister Pramod Sawant’s decision to file contempt of court is not understood.

Besides, the Shiv Sena also continued its stand that the BJP government should file contempt of court against its own leaders.

“No words to condemn statement of @JoshiPralhad over #Mhadei which are highly insensitive, objectionable & in contempt of court. I reiterate my demand that @BJP4Goa should file contempt against its own leaders. @DrPramodPSawant,” Shiv Sena Goa vice president Rakhi Prabhudessai Naik tweeted on Wednesday.

This comes a day after CM Sawant announced that he will be filing a contempt of court against Karnataka in the Supreme Court.

- Advertisement -

More articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest article

COVID19: 40 new cases, one death

Panaji: Goa's coronavirus caseload went up by 40 and reached 55,026 on Monday , a health department official said. The death toll touched 796 as...

Reliance acquires majority equity stake in Skytran inc.

Mumbai: Reliance Strategic Business Ventures Limited (“RSBVL”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Industries Limited, announced that it has acquired additional equity stake in...

AAP welcomes High court order on municipal ward reservations

  Aam Aadmi Party while terming the High Court order over municipal elections as a tight slap on the Dr Pramod Sawant Government advised the...

Siolim Village Panchayat files FIR against villagers for destroying Government documents 

Panaji : Monali Pednekar the Sarpanch of Siolim village Panchayat has filed a police complaint against the local villagers who caused ruckus and chaos...

Vaccination for senior citizens, 45-59 age group with comorbid condition begins

Panaji: Goa joined the nation on Monday to vaccinate its senior citizens from the COVID19 virus with inoculation held at 37 state run centres. The...