The Congress in Goa Tuesday
accused Governor Mridula Sinha of being a "mute spectator" to
the "undemocratic acts" of the Manohar Parrikar government.
The Governor was acting like a "protector of the BJP-
led government forgetting her constitutional responsibility",
Goa Congress spokesman Yatish Naik told reporters.
"The Governor has completely failed to discharge her
constitutional duty. She has become a mute spectator to the
"undemocratic acts" and everything that is happening around.
"She is acting as a protector of the BJP-led
government and not as a protector of the state or its people,"
The Congress took strong objection to the holding of a
meeting of state-run Investment Promotion Board at the private
residence of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar near here
"Holding a meeting at the private residence (of the
CM) is the most unconstitutional and undemocratic act," Naik
Naik said the BJPis known for not abiding by the
Constitution and this act shows its unconstitutional
The Congress spokesman said the Governor has
repeatedly ignored his party's request to dismiss the Parrikar
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