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Congress stakes claim to form government in Goa

IndiaTimes Saturday, 16 March 2019 ()
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News video: Manohar Parrikar brought to Goa BJP Office for his Funeral Journey | Oneindia News

▶ Manohar Parrikar brought to Goa BJP Office for his Funeral Journey | Oneindia News 01:08

Manohar Parrikar's Mortal begins and his last rites will held in Panaji. As Goa Congress claims to form a new government in the state after the demise of Parrikar, BJP made a decision and New Goa CM will take oath before Parrikar's Last Rites. BJP Goa President Vinay Tendulkar is now the frontrunner...

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