Welcome to Goa, but don't urinate on roads: Parrikar

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"He (Sardesai) should not have used very harsh words".

"Everyone is welcome, subject to (the) condition that he should not urinate on the roads or strew garbage", Parrikar told reporters while adding, "He (Sardesai) asked me a question whether it will impact (the tourist flow)".

Parrikar said that the move had not impacted much, adding that there was no charge on emergency facilities for non-Goan patients. I do not think it will impact. Last week, Vijai Sardesai made headlines over his statement in which he called most of the domestic tourists visiting Goa are "scum on the earth".

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The Chief Minister said that basic social etiquettes applied to the locals as well.

Recently Sardesai said that North Indians want to create "a Haryana in Goa" and said that domestic tourists are the 'scum of the earth'. I spoke to him. he did not intend to, but it is not that his logic was wrong.

Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday informed that Goa government would be construction 70,000 toilets in the state under the Open Defecation Free (ODF) scheme.

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"Today we have nearly six times population of Goa coming as tourists".

He said that the domestic tourists use taxis, hire a bike or a vehicle, and eat at small-time restaurants or shacks, adding, the BJP-Goa Forward Party government is anti-poor and, hence, can not digest the prosperity of the middle and lower-middle class people. Those tourists are not the top-end tourists. I can worry about even you people. "It was done to reduce the pressure on facilities as people were complaining that they were not getting proper services", he said.

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