23 Oct 2018, Edition - 1197, Tuesday
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- Supreme court will take the decision on the hearing of 19 review Petition in Sabarimala case tomorrow
- PIL has been submitted for CBI inquiry in Amritsar incident, approval awaited
- Earthquake of magnitude 3.0 hit Himachal Pradesh’s Kinnaur at 9:11 am today
- My government fixing one family’s mistakes, giving credit to leaders like Bose: PM Modi
- CBI chief trying to frame me, special director Rakesh Asthana wrote to CVC
- Government plans exam to recruit 6,000 judges for lower courts
- Petrol pump owners are on a 24-hour strike in New Delhi
“Kerala is ruled by rogues”: Goa CM Manohar Parikker
Covai Post Network
October 15, 2017
Kottayam: Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parikker on Sunday said that Kerala is ruled by rogues and he felt unsafe in the State.
Addressing the Janaraksha rally organised by the BJP at Kottarakkara, the former Defence Minister said that he had not used Z plus category security when he was union defence minister.
But when he was travelling to Kerala he got the advice that he should use commandos as the Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was battling to control his aggressive party cadres.
He said both Kerala and Goa had lot of similarities including cuisines, education, culture, greenery among others. The only difference was the political dispensation. If BJP can rule Goa, then why not Kerala, he mused.