The Goa government's common minimum programme (CMP), which will be announced on June 18, will cover 11 points, including reservation to local people in jobs, the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) said today.
Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar today held a meeting with party legislators and coalition partners over the CMP today.
"Issues like protection to coconut trees by amending the the Goa Preservation of Trees (Amendment) Act, providing fish at subsidised rates, reservation to Goans in jobs, maintaining architectural heritage of the state, are some of the points to be included in the CMP," Goa Forward Party (GFP) mentor and state agriculture minister Vijai Sardesai, who attended the meeting, said.
According to the CMO, Parrikar today held a meeting of party MLAs as well as those of the members of its coalition partners like the GFP, the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) and independents.
"Total eleven points would be the part of the CMP," it added.
After forming the government along with GFP, MGP and independents, Parrikar had announced that the coalition would work on the CMP.
Sardesai said the CMP would be a document combining BJP's 'sabka saath, sabka vikas' and his party's promise of 'Goenkarponn' (Goanness).
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