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Let Parrikar write to Siddaramaiah, we'll convince Goa Congmen: KPCC chief

Published On : 12 Jan 2018   |  Reported By : Courtesy: DHNS   |  Pic On: Photo credit DHNS

Bengaluru, (DHNS): "Let Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar write a letter to Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah over the sharing of Mahadayi water for drinking water purpose.

Then, we will convince the Congress leaders in Goa in this regard," KPCC president G Parameshwara told reporters here on Thursday.

Accusing the BJP of double standards on the drinking water issue, Parameshwara said the BJP government in Goa on one occasion, spoke of sharing the river water and on the other occasion, refused to share the water.

The KPCC president said there was nothing wrong in Siddaramaiah aspring to be chief minister again.

"However, the final decision will be taken by the CLP (Congress legislature party)."

BJP is conspiring to win the elections (state) by rigging the EVMs, the KPCC president said. 

"A memorandum will be submitted to the Election Commission to check the misuse of EVMs in the coming elections," he added.

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