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BJP-led govt in Goa will complete its tenure: Amit Shah

BJP-led govt in Goa will complete its tenure: Amit Shah

"The party organisation in Goa has been expanding".

The BJP leaders submitted a memorandum to Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan in Hyderabad, urging him to initiate appropriate action against those responsible and involved in the attack.

State BJP leaders met DGP M Malakondaiah here on Saturday and submitted a memorandum demanding stringent action against the TDP activists who attacked Amit Shah in Tirupati. He appealed to the party workers to take a vow to end the "probability of instability in the state".

"Instability is an eclipse to the climate of development in Goa". Parrikar exhorted the cadres to get ready for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and said the country needed Narendra Modi as prime minister again. "Goa's chief secretary, Goa Police chief and other government officers should not approve important files because they will be liable for the decisions and may have to go to jail". "We started with ten members as the Jan Sangh and now we have eleven crore members, making the BJP the world's biggest organisation", he said. As part of the protest, the Congress workers sang songs taunting the BJP government for shutting down mining, notifying PDAs and for angering the people. "The same party has now become the party with the maximum legislators and MPs".

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Shah was obliquely responding to the Congress party, which has been criticising the BJP-led coalition Government Goa, over the "inability" of the BJP to give the state a full fledged Minister, with Parrikar away from the state for treatment. I also welcome Amitji Shah, who is here to address the workers.

Shah in his speech told party workers that he had spoken to Parrikar over telephone, shortly before he arrived at the venue and that he had sounded well and keen to return to state politics.

Recalling the time when he worked with Parrikar when the latter was union defence minister, Shah termed Parrikar as "hardworking person with the grip on the administration".