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Vishwajit Rane was busy sipping coffee with Parrikar, alleges Digvijaya

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Taking a jibe at rebel legislator who quit the party yesterday after the floor test, general secretary Digvijaya Singh on Friday alleged that the former was sipping coffee with Chief Minister when the grand old party was choosing its legislative party leader.

"Letter to Governor goes after the leader is chosen. Which we did but the Governor took the decision without before that.. Who was most vocal in criticising Observed in Vishwajit Rane," tweeted Singh.

"What was he doing when CLP leader was being chosen? Having coffee with Parrikar in a Hotel when we were choosing CLP leader," he said in a series of tweets.

The general secretary said that Rane showed him the guest list of Parrikar's swearing-in ceremony which constituted the names of all casino owners, hotel owners and mine owners.

"Guest list at Parrikar's swearing in, photo of which Vishwajeet Rane showed me on 14th. All Casino Owners Hotel Owners and Mine Owners," he added.

After remaining absent during yesterday's crucial floor test in the Assembly, Rane resigned as the MLA.

Rane, who is upset with the central leadership, also resigned from the grand old party.

"This is the first step of rebellion against the mismanagement of the party. I don't have any intention to stay with this party. I am disillusioned with them (Congress). I will contest the elections again," Rane said yesterday.

The BJP, which ended up second behind the with 13 seats in a split mandate in Goa, yesterday proved its majority on the floor of the Assembly under Parrikar's leadership.

The won 17 seats in the 40-member Assembly but was not able to prove majority.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Taking a jibe at rebel legislator who quit the party yesterday after the floor test, general secretary Digvijaya Singh on Friday alleged that the former was sipping coffee with Chief Minister when the grand old party was choosing its legislative party leader.

"Letter to Governor goes after the leader is chosen. Which we did but the Governor took the decision without before that.. Who was most vocal in criticising Observed in Vishwajit Rane," tweeted Singh.

"What was he doing when CLP leader was being chosen? Having coffee with Parrikar in a Hotel when we were choosing CLP leader," he said in a series of tweets.

The general secretary said that Rane showed him the guest list of Parrikar's swearing-in ceremony which constituted the names of all casino owners, hotel owners and mine owners.

"Guest list at Parrikar's swearing in, photo of which Vishwajeet Rane showed me on 14th. All Casino Owners Hotel Owners and Mine Owners," he added.

After remaining absent during yesterday's crucial floor test in the Assembly, Rane resigned as the MLA.

Rane, who is upset with the central leadership, also resigned from the grand old party.

"This is the first step of rebellion against the mismanagement of the party. I don't have any intention to stay with this party. I am disillusioned with them (Congress). I will contest the elections again," Rane said yesterday.

The BJP, which ended up second behind the with 13 seats in a split mandate in Goa, yesterday proved its majority on the floor of the Assembly under Parrikar's leadership.

The won 17 seats in the 40-member Assembly but was not able to prove majority.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Vishwajit Rane was busy sipping coffee with Parrikar, alleges Digvijaya

Taking a jibe at rebel legislator who quit the party yesterday after the floor test, general secretary Digvijaya Singh on Friday alleged that the former was sipping coffee with Chief Minister when the grand old party was choosing its legislative party leader.

"Letter to Governor goes after the leader is chosen. Which we did but the Governor took the decision without before that.. Who was most vocal in criticising Observed in Vishwajit Rane," tweeted Singh.

"What was he doing when CLP leader was being chosen? Having coffee with Parrikar in a Hotel when we were choosing CLP leader," he said in a series of tweets.

The general secretary said that Rane showed him the guest list of Parrikar's swearing-in ceremony which constituted the names of all casino owners, hotel owners and mine owners.

"Guest list at Parrikar's swearing in, photo of which Vishwajeet Rane showed me on 14th. All Casino Owners Hotel Owners and Mine Owners," he added.

After remaining absent during yesterday's crucial floor test in the Assembly, Rane resigned as the MLA.

Rane, who is upset with the central leadership, also resigned from the grand old party.

"This is the first step of rebellion against the mismanagement of the party. I don't have any intention to stay with this party. I am disillusioned with them (Congress). I will contest the elections again," Rane said yesterday.

The BJP, which ended up second behind the with 13 seats in a split mandate in Goa, yesterday proved its majority on the floor of the Assembly under Parrikar's leadership.

The won 17 seats in the 40-member Assembly but was not able to prove majority.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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