Could Face Raids If I Speak Against Party: Goa BJP Legislator

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Francis D'Souza said he fears raids by central agencies. (File photo)

Panaji:

A BJP legislator in Goa claimed that he might face raids from central agencies if he spoke against his own party."For the last twenty years, I have not been in wrong news. I do not know what will happen from tomorrow," said Francis D'Souza, who was law minister in the Manohar Parrikar-led cabinet before being dropped.

"I might get raided by Income Tax, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Enforcement Directorate (ED), or I may be even booked under the National Security Act for speaking against the party," he said.

Mr D'Souza alleged that a former minister in the Laxmikant Parsekar government was raided by the Income Tax department after he spoke against the party for not giving him ticket in the 2017 assembly election.

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Goa BJP chief Vinay Tendulkar could not be contacted for his comments on D'Souza's statement.

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