parrikar led government completed two and half years on tuesday


10/09/2014 … President of the Bharatiya Janata party goa state vinay tendulakr has said that the bjp led government under the leadership of chief minister Manohar parrikar had almost completed most of his promises assured to the goans while mr parrikar had assumed the charge of goa’s chief minister

Mr tendulkar was speaking to media reporters on Tuesday a day on which the parrikar led government in the state had completed its two and half year term in the state of goa

It may be noted that the Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Manohar Parrikar was sworn in on 9th of march in 2012 for the third time as the chief minister of Goa after the BJP-MGP combine had staked its claim to form the government with the support of 26 legislators.

The Manohar Parrikar-led Goa government who had have achieved success to a certain extent have been facing the impending crisis due to the halt in the state mining industry.

Mr tendulkar said that almost 85% of the promises made by the present bjp led government had reached out to goa made by the Parrikar led government in the state during its last two and half year tenure

Though not commenting openly Tendulkar hinted out stating that the party was of the opinion of having a review reshuffle of the Parrikar led cabinet which could be done only after chief minister discusses with the party core group committee members