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Congress leaders to get notices for defamation: Goa BJP

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The unit on Friday said it will send legal notices to leaders and Girish Chodankar for what it dubbed "baseless defamatory statements" against the ruling party and its legislators.

Legal notices will be sent to Vice-President and Girish Chodankar for defamatory statements, including one that the spent Rs 1,000 crore to lure non-MLAs for forming the new government in the coastal state, unit President Vinay Tendulkar said.

He said the legal notices will be issued to both "either by Friday evening or Saturday morning".

"They have made wild and baseless accusations. We are not going to take it lightly," Tendulkar said.

On Wednesday, Secretary Chodankar claimed the spent around Rs 1,000 crore to lure non-MLAs to join the Manohar Parrikar government.

Chodankar said state General Secretary Sadanand Tanavde was in the know of the payout to the MLAs, which Tanavde denied and said the party had "not even given him five paise".

On the same day, Gandhi said in Delhi that money power was used for buying MLAs in by the

Chodankar said he will face the legal battle on his alleged defamatory statement.

"They can do whatever they want. I am willing to face them. The will also have to answer why three helicopters landed at airport soon after a senior central minister arrived in the state. What were the helicopters carrying? Crackers from Delhi," Chodankar said.

The won 13 seats in the February 4 assembly elections and formed a government led by Manohar Parrikar with the support of non-MLAs. It won the vote of confidence 22-16 in the assembly on Thursday.

The 22 MLAs who supported the motion included those of the (minus the pro-tem Speaker), three each of Forward and Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party, three Independents and Nationalist Party MLA Churchill Alemao.

The Congress, which emerged as the single largest party with 17 MLAs in the 40-member assembly, accused Governor Mridula Sinha of a partisan and biased attitude against the

--IANS

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The unit on Friday said it will send legal notices to leaders and Girish Chodankar for what it dubbed "baseless defamatory statements" against the ruling party and its legislators.

Legal notices will be sent to Vice-President and Girish Chodankar for defamatory statements, including one that the spent Rs 1,000 crore to lure non-MLAs for forming the new government in the coastal state, unit President Vinay Tendulkar said.

He said the legal notices will be issued to both "either by Friday evening or Saturday morning".

"They have made wild and baseless accusations. We are not going to take it lightly," Tendulkar said.

On Wednesday, Secretary Chodankar claimed the spent around Rs 1,000 crore to lure non-MLAs to join the Manohar Parrikar government.

Chodankar said state General Secretary Sadanand Tanavde was in the know of the payout to the MLAs, which Tanavde denied and said the party had "not even given him five paise".

On the same day, Gandhi said in Delhi that money power was used for buying MLAs in by the

Chodankar said he will face the legal battle on his alleged defamatory statement.

"They can do whatever they want. I am willing to face them. The will also have to answer why three helicopters landed at airport soon after a senior central minister arrived in the state. What were the helicopters carrying? Crackers from Delhi," Chodankar said.

The won 13 seats in the February 4 assembly elections and formed a government led by Manohar Parrikar with the support of non-MLAs. It won the vote of confidence 22-16 in the assembly on Thursday.

The 22 MLAs who supported the motion included those of the (minus the pro-tem Speaker), three each of Forward and Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party, three Independents and Nationalist Party MLA Churchill Alemao.

The Congress, which emerged as the single largest party with 17 MLAs in the 40-member assembly, accused Governor Mridula Sinha of a partisan and biased attitude against the

--IANS

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Congress leaders to get notices for defamation: Goa BJP

The unit on Friday said it will send legal notices to leaders and Girish Chodankar for what it dubbed "baseless defamatory statements" against the ruling party and its legislators.

Legal notices will be sent to Vice-President and Girish Chodankar for defamatory statements, including one that the spent Rs 1,000 crore to lure non-MLAs for forming the new government in the coastal state, unit President Vinay Tendulkar said.

He said the legal notices will be issued to both "either by Friday evening or Saturday morning".

"They have made wild and baseless accusations. We are not going to take it lightly," Tendulkar said.

On Wednesday, Secretary Chodankar claimed the spent around Rs 1,000 crore to lure non-MLAs to join the Manohar Parrikar government.

Chodankar said state General Secretary Sadanand Tanavde was in the know of the payout to the MLAs, which Tanavde denied and said the party had "not even given him five paise".

On the same day, Gandhi said in Delhi that money power was used for buying MLAs in by the

Chodankar said he will face the legal battle on his alleged defamatory statement.

"They can do whatever they want. I am willing to face them. The will also have to answer why three helicopters landed at airport soon after a senior central minister arrived in the state. What were the helicopters carrying? Crackers from Delhi," Chodankar said.

The won 13 seats in the February 4 assembly elections and formed a government led by Manohar Parrikar with the support of non-MLAs. It won the vote of confidence 22-16 in the assembly on Thursday.

The 22 MLAs who supported the motion included those of the (minus the pro-tem Speaker), three each of Forward and Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party, three Independents and Nationalist Party MLA Churchill Alemao.

The Congress, which emerged as the single largest party with 17 MLAs in the 40-member assembly, accused Governor Mridula Sinha of a partisan and biased attitude against the

--IANS

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