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Parrikar govt dismissed in Goa

Sandesh Prabhudesai in Panaji | February 02, 2005 18:36 IST
Last Updated: February 02, 2005 18:52 IST


Goa Governor S C Jamir on Wednesday dismissed the Manohar Parrikar-led Bharatiya Janata Party government in the state.

The dismissal came just hours after the government won a confidence vote amidst confusion and chaos over the disqualification of independent MLA Philip Neri Rodrigues.

Speaking to reporters at the Raj Bhavan gates, Leader of the Opposition Pratap Singh Rane said the governor has signed an order dismissing the government.

The Congress leaders had rushed to the Raj Bhavan after the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government won the confidence vote.

Earlier Report: Parrikar govt wins confidence vote

 


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Sub: About dismissal of Parrikar Government

This is shear murder of democracy.The reports suggest that the government won the vote of confidence with 18 votes in its favour and 6 against.Inspite ...


Posted by Girish Khare





Sub: Goa episode,

After winning the vote of confidence on floor of House, if any Govt. is being dismissed by the Gover- nor of the State,it is against ...


Posted by Asif Lari





Sub: Mockery of democracy

The way the dismiss of Parrikar government is carried out even after winning the vote of confidence by governer of Goa is the "mockery of ...


Posted by SandeepSharma





Sub: unconstitutional & bias decision by the Governor of Goa

The Governor of Goa's decision is totally unconstitutional, and "anti-people". His dismississal of BJP Govt. led by Parikar shows how a Congressman can be bias. ...


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