The party should think on key issues which they have not been able to resolve even after two years in power, the party said.

The statement also pointed out the BJP's failure to appoint information commissioners as well as functional Lokayuktas and a string of foreign "study" trips.

"When the Goa government proposes to prohibit entry for Goans into casinos on the grounds that gambling is a vice, is it not anti-national for the BJP to encourage the rest of Indians to be addicted to casinos?" the statement said.

Questioning the government led by Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, the statement said ‘why haven't any proceedings been started to recover the Rs 35,000 crore looted from Goa as per the Shah Commission report (on mining scam)?’.

(Agencies)

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