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Govt seek’s AG’s advice on holding Assembly session

Bambolim: Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar on Monday said it would not be possible to hold an Assembly session before votes are counted on March 11.Speaking to media persons, Parsekar said, “It is not possible to hold an Assembly session before the counting but I have already sought the AG’s advice on the same, which is expected within the next two-three days. As per the oral advice given by the AG, the delay is not because of the government, but due to the schedule fixed by the Election Commission. I have moved a file for his written opinion and in the next two or three days we should receive it.”
He added, “The Assembly elections are over and it is not correct on the part of the outgoing government to call for a session. If I call for a session it would be the first session of the year and will have to be addressed by the Governor. The Governor in the speech speaks about the policies of the government but what are the government’s policies she should speak of?” [H]

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