"The floor test had to be clear the speaker made us stand and the count was clear. This happens when you come to Goa only to enjoy and not to work," he added.
When asked whether the BJP 'bought' MLAs, the former defence minister said, "There are wild allegations being made with coloured glasses. As you saw everyone voluntarily came and voted. Nobody was kept in a hotel or secluded place. It is a government of coalition and decision in this regard will be taken by the coalition."
The Congress general secretary later tweeted that finally money power proved to be stronger than people's power.
The BJP ended up second behind the Congress in a split mandate in Goa.
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