Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Goa today said it would expose the ministers and MLAs indulging in corruption during the ensuing state assembly session scheduled for next month.
The party today alleged that there is rampant corruption at all levels of governance in the state and total failure of law and order machinery.
"Wait and see, we will expose everyone involved in playing roles of 'collection agents' during the state legislative assembly session next month," BJP Goa President Laxmikant Parsekar told reporters after the state executive committee meeting today.
Goa BJP President, briefing media alongside party leaders including Fransic D'Souza and Rajendra Arlekar, said that there is rampant corruption at all levels of governance.
BJP state executive in the political resolution adopted today also castigated Digamber Kamat-led government on the 'missing ministers'.
"Some ministers are abroad for months together and not available for public while some ministers are on the run after being indicted in criminal cases," Parsekar said.
The resolution tabled by BJP legislator Damodar Naik said that there is a total failure of law and order which has led to rise in number of murders, rapes, desecration of religious structures and atrocities against women.