GOA CONGRESS SERVES 48 HOURS ULTIMATUM, TO DECIDE OVER APPOINTMENT OF DY CMS DURING ELECTION CODE   

Stating the election commission of India ( ECI ) had not taken action against its complaint over appointment of Dy. Chief Ministers for Goa,  the Congress party on Tuesday served an 48 hours ultimatum to the ECI, that it would approach the High court, if ECI remained a mute spectator.

 

Addressing media persons in Panjim on Tuesday, congress spokesperson Rohit Bras Desa said that DY. Chief Ministers were appointed on Adhoc basics during the enforcement the model code of conduct for Lok Sabha elections & the congress  party had filed complaint on 21st March, that it was a violation of code of conduct.

 

Desa informed media that the congress party  had filed 13 complaints before the election commission of India in regards with the violation of election code & none of their complaints  were disposed-off by the commission.   He said that Chief electoral office in Goa had sought a report from the General Administrative department and sent it to ECI to take further actions.

 

After death of Former Goa Chief minister Manohar Parrikar in March 2019,  the BJP in Goa had appointed by Goa Forward Chief Vijai Sardesai and defecto MGP leader Manohar Azganokar as  Dy CMs.

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