Pressure is mounting on Chief Minister Digamber Kamat to resign after the Public Accounts Committee of Goa
Assembly has recommended an enquiry by CBI or the lokayukta
against all those indicted by it in the illegal mining cases.
An anti-tobacco organisation has requested Goa Chief Minister Digambar Kamat to ban the sale of single cigarettes and increase tax levels by more than 10 percent on tobacco products in the annual budget this year.
Even as a group of seven dissident non-Congress legislators in Goa continued to sulk against the state government they support, CM Digamber Kamat on Tuesday ruled out that his stand against illegal mining has triggered rebellion.