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Donnerstag, 28.05.2020
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Chief minister Pramod Sawant on Friday said that it will take five years Smart City projects to be completed and that the chief minister’s office (CMO) will provide documents to counter corruption allegations made by Congress.

Sawant released the manifesto for Panaji byelection which has put the focus on cleaning of the St Inez creek, parking facilities and provisions for a garbage treatment plant, among others.

The chief minister told reporters about infrastructure projects taken up under the Smart City project.

When asked about the corruption allegations, Sawant said Congress has a habit of making false allegation.

“The media should ask Congress to submit document proving there is a scam. Whatever allegations they make, they should back them up by submitting documents. Meanwhile, if the media wants any documents related to projects undertaken under the Smart City project, they should approach the CMO and we will provide them,” Sawant said

The chief minister also appealed to residents of Panaji to vote for BJP to enable the party to fulfil the dreams of former chief minister and long-time Panaji MLA Manohar Parrikar.


Quelle/Source: The Times of India, 11.05.2019

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