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Jose Philip Tried to Kill Me: Micky

Ex-Tourism Minister Micky Pacheco in a statement given to the Vasco Police said that his party colleague and Revenue Minister Jose Philip D’Souza tried to kill him during the ugly incident at Vasco on Tuesday evening.
He said that Jose Philip hit him with a chair and that he was lucky he had dodged it. “I would have even died if the said chair, which was aimed by Jose Philip at my head, had to hit me,” he said in the statement.

Law & Order’s Breakdown Proof: Manohar

Leader of Opposition Manohar Parrikar termed the fight between Jose Philip and Micky to be evidence of the total breakdown of law and order in the State.
He pointed out that as per the laws of the land, Jose Philip should have lodged a complaint with the police if Micky was distributing money. “However, he did not do that and instead took the law in his own hands,” he recalled.

Fight Masterminded by Jose Philip, Reveals Aide

In what could be a very damning statement, an aide of Revenue Minister Jose Philip D’Souza has revealed that the whole incident of Tuesday was manipulated by Jose Philip who lured Micky to Vasco apparently to settle scores with him.
Rohan Vaz, a resident of Vasco revealed that he was asked by Jose Philip to call up Micky from his cell phone and to lure him to Vasco by stating that he wanted to ditch Jose Philip and cross over to Micky’s camp.

Sagar Kavach Inconveniences Public, Sham Says Manohar

The second Sagar Kavach which commenced on Thursday cause a lot of hardships to office goers and even students as the Indian Coast Guard along with the Indian Navy and Coastal Police of Goa Police undertook the mock drill to check the authorities’ preparedness for any untoward incident.
Traffic at many places was in disarray as police began checking vehicles as part of the exercise which was last conducted in October last year.
Traffic snarls were the order of the day at major junctions and panic gripped different places as stories of bombs began floating around since the authorities had also planted fake bombs at some places to test how the agencies react to such incidents.

Jose Philip-Micky Fight: Cases Booked Against Both

Jose Philip Draws Flak

Vasco Police on Wednesday booked cases against Revenue Minister Jose Philip D’Souza and former Tourism Minister Micky Pacheco following the ugly incident of Tuesday evening wherein the former is accused of manhandling and assaulting the latter.
Incidentally although neither Jose Philip nor Micky filed any complaint with the police, their supporters lodged the complaints based on which the cases have been booked. While Jose Philip has been booked for rioting and disturbing the peace, Micky has been booked for distributing money. All the cases registered are bailable offences.

Emergency Meet of NCP

The nationalist Congress party held on emergency executive committee meet on Wednesday following the ugly incidence of Tuesday evening  where two of his MLA’s became physical with each other.At the...

Jose Philip Assaults Micky

Tension mounted in the port town on Tuesday evening after Revenue Minister and Nationalist Congress Party State president Jose Philip D’Souza stormed into a hotel where his party colleague and MLA Micky Pacheco was holed with some supporters and reportedly assaulted the latter.

Micky was seated with Goa Fishing Boat Owner Association President Simon Pereira, Chicalim Sarpanch Raul D’Costa and Chicalim Panch Seby Pereira when the incident occurred and according to Simon and Raul, Jose Philip manhandled Micky by catching hold of his shirt and shoving him.