He said that the minorities will not fall prey to false propaganda.
Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday took on Gujarat- based Jesuit priest Father Cedric Prakash, questioning his address to Goans on Modi and the BJP.
“Fr Cedric Prakash was in Goa recently. He has been operating from Gujarat for the last 12 years,” Parrikar said adding that the Jesuit priest is safe in Ahmedabad for the last 12 years.
He also said it was the Congress that brought the anti- conversion law in Madhya Pradesh during the tenure of S C Shukla. He wanted to know why accusing fingers are only pointed out at Modi and the BJP for enacting a similar law in Gujarat.
While the Jesuit is safe in the Modi-ruled Gujarat “he is telling us so many things about Gujarat”, Parrikar said, while addressing a meeting of party candidate Narendra Sawaikar.
He said that the minorities will not fall prey to false propaganda saying he has received clear signals from minority Salcete that the people will this time vote for the BJP.
Taking a dig at the Congress, he said the party has no workers even to work as polling agents on the polling day.
He said Narendra Modi will become the country’s prime minister saying the BJP will cross the magic figure with ease.
“Victory of the two seats in Goa will be like icing on the cake for the BJP”, he said.