Central ministers running Goa in Parrikar’s absence: AAP

But the government instead of reducing these fees, is considering reducing casino licence fees,” Padgaonkar added. “The state ministers are clueless about what is happening. Panaji: Accusing central government ministers of running Goa in the absence of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, the AAP on Tuesday claimed that the BJP-led coalition government in the coastal state was “dysfunctional” and virtually non-existent. The AAP also accused the state government of playing cosy with the influential casino lobby, for agreeing to consider a reduction of casino licence fees, while at the same time increasing fees for essential services and government licence processes. Local ministers have become bystanders and that all dealings are made during the visits by these central ministers, whether it is about Goa’s land or rivers,” Aam Aadmi Party General Secretary Pradeep Padgaonkar told reporters here.


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