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Congress slams BJP for ‘backdoor entry’ in Goa, Manipur

New Delhi [India]: In the wake of the recent debate on the formation of a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-dominated government in Goa and Manipur, the Congress party branded Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other BJP ministers as ‘power-hungry’ politicians, going against the will of the locals.

With regards to Manohar Parrikar being appointed as the new chief minister of Goa, Congress leader Rizwan Arshad claimed that the appointment is against the will of residents in Goa.

Speaking to ANI, Arshad questioned Parrikar regarding why he did not contest the elections if he desired to be the Chief Minister, adding that the BJP is forcefully entering the political scenario in Goa.

“Parrikar is not the chosen candidate for CM in the eyes of locals in Goa. The recent events are very unfortunate for the democracy,” said Arshad.

With regards to Manipur, Arshad accused the Modi Government of misuse of power, further stating that independent MLAs were ‘abducted by CISF’.

Arshad also claimed that the recent attack on Kannada writer Yogesh Master has been fueled by right-wing organisations that are being supported by Prime Minister Modi.

“These organisations are against liberalist ideology. The Congress Government in Karnataka will not let the miscreants walk free,” he added.

Commenting on India’s relations with Pakistan, Arshad stated that Prime Minister Modi’s actions and words look ‘out of sync’, since there has been no clarity on the matter so far.

Meanwhile, the Congress moved the Supreme Court against Goa Governor’s decision to invite Parrikar to form government in the state, despite the BJP emerging as the second largest party.

The Congress claimed that the Governor should have invited them to form government, as they are the single largest party with 17 seats.

The petition for urgent hearing was mentioned before Chief Justice of India J.S. Khehar, and is scheduled to take place later today. (ANI)