Sting: CM orders ACB officers' transfer for arresting his bro-in-law

IndiaNewsNetwork.IN | 23 June 2016 00:32 IST

A sting operation conducted by IndiaNewsNetwork.IN in tandem with a ruling party BJP MLA (who was not aware that an undercover reporter had approached him in the guise of a political fixer acting on behalf of a prominent builder) has proved beyond doubt that Goa chief minister Laxmikant Parsekar gave direct orders, firstly to transfer honest and upright ACB officers PI Nolasco Raposco and later on SP Bosco George, and also actively interfered to ensure the reinstatement of his brother-in-law Dilip Ghanshyam Malvankar.

Information obtained by this website shows that Parsekar was keeping tabs on the entire investigation via some “chamchas” in his office who were “monitoring” the case from day one.

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As far as I know, Nolasco Raposco has a good reputation and is a good cop.

???? BJP please STOP transferring the very few honest cops we have.....

- John W DSouza, Margoa Goa | 26 th June 2016 11:12

 

Shameful, if its true. Parsekar should resign for interfering in police investigation.

- Batatyache Kaap, Goa | 23 rd June 2016 17:06

 

How this news came out? I was not aware of it.

LoL

- AnindO, U.A.E. | 23 rd June 2016 12:40

 

Let the Police , let the judiciary do their job. To much of interference from politicians into the running of these institutions has made our state go to dogs. As a Politician formulate policies to run the state well, formulate policies for Good roads, good hospitals, good power supply, clean water supply. Is it to much to ask of the very people we elected. STOP influencing the cops and STOP transferring the very few honest cops we have. Goa is a great state, but ruined and destroyed by our wicked politicians .

- Renoir, Goa | 23 rd June 2016 09:56

 

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