Goa is a land of Deities but Congress Government brought perversion in the form of casinos. The entry of Casinos has put Goa’s existence in danger. Many locals demand that Goa should be made free of casino and original culture of Goa should be protected. GoaThe Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), accusing the Congress Party of bringing casinos to Goa, on Friday stated that they are conducting a public survey on the issue whose result will be out in some time in October itself. AAP is conducting the survey to know the demands of the people.

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Congress was responsible for bringing casinos to Goa with BJP in opposition protesting against them but now they are trying to add another one,” party spokesperson Rupesh Shinkre said, while questioning the government’s tourism policy and the delay in notifying the Regional Plan (RP) 2021.

“The recently released economic survey indicated negative growth in all the economic sectors of Goa. The report further highlights that though outstanding investments attracted by Goa have grown at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9% during 2011-12 and 2015-16, only services, construction and real estate sectors have recorded positive growth rate of about 12% and 11% respectively, while the important sectors of manufacturing and electricity recorded negative growth of about 8% and 32% respectively,” Shinkre said.

According to a source, Panaji candidate of AAP Valmiki Naik says, questions on casino will be clear in the survey. He says, how can Congress speak on casinos, when Congress themselves entered casinos in the state. He has rubbished the allegations on them that they are the B team of BJP. He also clarified that if any allegations are proven on any AAP candidate then action will be initiated.

SOURCE: VARIOUS SOURCES

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