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Goa Congress terms BJP-led Govt's CMP as 'directionless'

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Panaji | Monday, Jun 19 2017 IST
 
The opposition Congress in Goa today termed the Common Minimum Programme (CMP) announced by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Government in the state as 'directionless' and 'bundle of contradictions'.Addressing a press conference at the party headquarter in the city, Goa Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) general secretary and Media cell chairman Advocate Yatish Naik said, ''The CMP, which has been released today, is silent on the issue of zero tolerance to corruption which was the buzz word when BJP came to power in 2012 and also silent on the burning issue of beef. If you see the document it appears that it is just some sort of rough excercise which is done in five or ten minutes. The document is hype without vision, purely hollow.''The CMP had said that Investment Promotion Board (IPB) would be reviewed before the elections, Goa Forward Party (GFP) was demanding scrapping of IPB, he pointed.''IPB was brought in BJP through IPB Act which was opposed by the Congress. Now when CMP says that IBP will be reviewed it means all is not well in the IPB,'' he said.''On casinos they have said that they are going to move them out of river Mandovi. Chief Minister Parrikar and his BJP regime in the last tenure had given deadlines after deadlines for casinos but had breached the deadlines. Now he has set another deadline, which is another unsucessful attempt to fool the people of Goa,'' he said.UNI AKM SS HK SNU 2326

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