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Goa CM Manohar Parrikar sparks yet another controversy, asks tourists not to urinate on roads

From Chief Minister to the Ministers, a series of making controversial statements have been launched in Goa. Again Goa CM Manohar Parrikar has made a controversial statement related to the tourists coming to the state.

Recently, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar sparked controversy with his statement about girls drinking beer. However, in the fresh controversy, he said that everyone is welcome in the state of Goa but those who have come, should not urinate on roads and not to increase garbage problem in Goa.

Recently, Goa’s Agriculture Minister Vijay Sardesai had given a controversial statement against the domestic tourists, after which he was severely condemned.

Speaking on the Minister’s controversial statement, Parrikar Said that this statement of Sardesai would not bring down tourist rate to the state. The words of Sardesai were not correct but his statement was not meant to hurt anyone’s sentiments.

The Chief Minister said that everyone is welcome here, but people should not urinate on roads and do not spread the trash.

Some time back Manohar Parrikar gave a statement that he is afraid of girls drinking beer, however he later explained, that his statement was presented in distorted form.

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