former health minister and valpoi mla vishwajeet rane says casinos in goa were brought during the regime of the sardinha led government of which the bjp party led by present chief minister manohar parrikar was a part of.

11-07-2013 … After a day Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar had hit back at the Congress for raising the bogey of casinos in to the state of goa former health minister and valpoi mla vishwajeet rane has reverted back on to the statements made by chief minister manohar parrikar stating that casinos in goa were brought during the regime of the sardinha led government of which the bjp party led by present chief minister manohar parrikar was a part of.

 It may be noted that drawing criticism from Congress on casinos, Parrikar speaking to media persons had said that the law to bring in casinos was made by the Congress and the first casino licence was given by the earlier Congress government and all subsequent casinos came to the State during the tenure of the Congress government and therefore there was a need for the congressman from the state to answer the people as how much money they have made by issuing licenses while his government has not granted any permission for casinos and that he had reduced the number parrikar had stated.

 Speaking to media reporters in Panjim former health minister and valpoi mla vishwajeet rane said that the first casino licence was given during the time of chief minister Francisco sardinha which had the backing of the present chief minister manohar parrikar …

Vishwajeet said that there was a need for each and every goan to watch as what was happening in the state in the last sixteen months of the parrikar regime …

Commenting over the issue of filing cases against the former congress ministers made by chief minister manohar parrikar vishwajeet said that the state of goa was not gujrat and it just an act of mr parrikar to divert the attention of goans from corruption issue which mr parrikar had failed to act on in the last sixteen months

 

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