Panaji, March 17 : After winning the crucial floor test in the state Assembly of Goa Chief Minister Manohar parrikar articulated that his government will work hard on the agenda of development.
Hitting out at the congress party for speculating about the survival of BJP led coalition government Parrikar asserted that he will follow the principle of Sabka sath Sabka Vikas and will complete its tenure. Earlier with the support of regional outfits like Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party and Goa Forward Party BJP has proved its majority in the 40 member goa assembly.
Speaking to the media persons after chairing the cabinet meeting at the state Secretariat Parrikar informed that, government is working on the common minimum programme for speeding up the development works in the state. He also mentioned that his government is keen to resolve the Mahadeyi water diversion dispute with neighbouring state of Karnataka.