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Rane govt wins confidence vote in Goa


Sandesh Prabhudesai in Panaji | March 04, 2005 14:47 IST
Last Updated: March 04, 2005 15:00 IST


The Pratapsinh Rane-led Congress government in Goa on Friday won a crucial trust vote.

The House voted 17-16 in the government's favour, with Speaker Francisco Sardinha casting his vote after there was a tie.

United Goans Democratic Party legislator Mathany Saldhana was restrained from voting by the speaker by passing an ad-interim order.

It was all over within five minutes of the House assembling.

The confidence motion was put to vote amidst protests from the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party members.

Earlier report:
Parrikar govt dismissed in Goa


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Sub: Rane gpvt wins confidence vote

where is the meaning of voting, when Congress the rulling party in India is again and again demolishing democreacy


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Reading about congress winning the vote on the floor,and every one bursting crackers,i like to see now if there is going to be any development ...


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