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Manohar Parrikarset to start his third innings as the chief minister for Goa.

Newdeli:14/3/17:Defence minister Manohar Parrikar is all set to start his third innings as the chief minister for Goa.Parrikar will be sworn-in as the chief minister by governor Mridula Sinha at 5 pm in Panaji on14th,March. Tuesday. His cabinet will include MGP’s Sudin Dhavalikar, who is tipped to be the deputy chief minister, and Goa Forward party’s Vijai Sardesai, along with 10 other members.

The climax to the political deadlock in the state peaked on Sunday night when the BJP pulled off a coup and staked the claim to form the next government in coalition with local outfits and independents under Manohar Parrikar, a day after the fractured verdict.

 

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