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Advani says he would talk to Centre about threat via real estate in Goa

Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Lal Krishna Advani today said that he would discuss with the Centre the concerns raised by the National Security Council (NSC) regarding internal security threat through real estate in Goa.

Panaji, May 22 : Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Lal Krishna Advani today said that he would discuss with the Centre the concerns raised by the National Security Council (NSC) regarding internal security threat through real estate in Goa.

"I have read this matter in Goa media and I propose to take this up with the Government of India," Advani told reporters at Panaji.

Commenting on some media reports, Advani said that he would also talk about issue reportedly raised by the NSC secretariat over European drug cartel targeting Goa through real estate projects.

Expressing his confidence in the BJP Chief Ministerial candidate, Manohar Parrikar, he appealed to the electorate to bring BJP back to the power in the State.

He also said if people of Goa elect Parrikar, his reputation would be a strong guarantee for dealing with this menace.

He went on to say that the Congress would get a jolt in Goa polls, and in the forthcoming elections in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh.

Polling for the 40-seat State Assembly will be held on June 2. Counting of votes will take place on June 5, with the results expected the same day.

The Election Commission has fixed June 8 as the date before which the election process will be completed.

ANI

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