Panaji: 'Using brute force to execute project unacceptable' - Minister Vishwajit Rane


Daijiworld Media Network - Panaji

Panaji, Jan 13: Goa health and industries minister, Vishwajit Rane has shown willingness for the first time to reconsider plans of building the IIT-Goa at Melauli and said that the use of brute force to execute the project was not acceptable.

“If people don’t want this project, I am bound by my conscience to stand by the people of my constituency. The chief minister can take it to whichever part of Goa he wants,” Rane, who is a BJP MLA from Valpoi said.

“I will not bring in any infrastructure project in Sattari using police force,” the health minister said. “Using brute force and implementing infrastructure projects is against my conscience. These are not my values,” Rane added in his first condemnation of the use of lathis and tear gas on January 6 at Melauli.

  

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