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Stop Politicising Manohar Parrikar's Health: Goa BJP Tells Congress

The Congress has been holding `Jan Akrosh' rallies across Goa demanding "resumption" of governance in the state, claiming Parrikar's health has affected the functioning of the administration.

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Updated:December 18, 2018, 10:50 AM IST
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Stop Politicising Manohar Parrikar's Health: Goa BJP Tells Congress
File photo of Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar while inspecting a construction site. (Image: ANI)
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Panaji: A day after Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar inspected two under-construction bridges, the ruling BJP Monday said the Congress should stop politicising his health issue.

The Congress has been holding `Jan Akrosh' rallies across Goa demanding "resumption" of governance in the state, claiming Parrikar's health has affected the functioning of the administration.

"For the last two months, Congress has been raising the issue of CMs health by holding various protests. They dont get any response for it because people have high regards for Parrikar.

"Everyone knows the contribution of Parrikar to the state," state BJP General Secretary Sadanand Tanavade said at a press conference.

He said the Congress should stop politicising the health issue of CM.

Referring to Parrikar's visit to two under- construction bridges on Mandovi and Zuari rivers, he said people have now fully realised that what the Congress had been saying about Parrikar's health was far from truth.

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