Opp slams BJP on reinstatement of CM's brother-in-law

BUSINESS STANDARD, PANAJI | 13 June 2016 22:04 IST

Congress and Goa Forward have slammed the Goa government for "going back" on its pre-poll promise of adopting zero tolerance for corruption, in the wake of reinstating Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar's brother-in-law Dilip Malvankar despite graft charges.

Malvankar, a senior officer at state-run Goa Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC), was suspended in August 2015, after the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) caught him red-handed while accepting bribe. 

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Shame on you Parsekar! Instead of laying this guy off for good he is being rewarded with a reinstate. Jai Ho!

- Kaap, Goa | 15 th June 2016 06:18

 

They were opposing family Raj now tell me what Raj is this, Once in power only family and family and how to loot maro? Even he is culprit in politic he is Saint as per Goa BJP CM.

What will CM Say?

- Salvador, Mumbai | 14 th June 2016 15:12

 

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