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Goa Assembly Session to be Shown Live


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Panaji, Aug 17: Goa's news channel Prudent Media is creating history in Goa. The TV channel would telecast the forthcoming Assembly session live, from Monday 18th August.

In addition, Goa is the first state to telecast the whole Assembly proceeding. Few states telecast Assembly live, but it is limited only to the Question Hour. Speaker Pratapsing Rane has permitted to telecast the whole proceeding of the session live.

Prior to the session that would begin at 2.30 pm, Prudent Media would also telecast a live 30-minute programme on Monday. The programme would begin at 1.30 pm. It would also include a walkthrough the Assembly complex.

The live programme, to be held outside the Assembly complex, would include a live debate on the functioning of the Assembly. Veteran legislator Adv Ramakant Khalap and veteran journalist Prakash Kamat, presently writing for The Hindu, would participate. Sandesh Prabhudesai, Editor-in-Chief of Prudent Media would anchor the programme.

This programme would also show live as well as recorded comments of the ministers, MLAs, former speakers and deputy speakers as well as the general public.

In an interview to Prudent Media, Speaker Pratapsing Rane, Chief Minister Digambar Kamat, Opposition Leader Manohar Parrikar and Deputy Speaker Mauvin Godinho have congratulated Prudent Media for telecasting the Assembly live.  They have also appealed to the people to judge their MLAs after watching the live telecast.

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