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27 Facts About Manohar Parrikar
3. Manohar Parrikar successfully contested the election to become Chief Minister of Goa for the first time on 24 October 2000, but his tenure lasted only until 27 February 2002.
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12. Manohar Parrikar is sincerely passionate about Goa, but his utmost fealty lies with the Sangh Parivar and its leaders based in Nagpur.
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14. Manohar Parrikar was called for national duty when he was invited by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to be India's next defence minister and he had to leave his family back in Goa.
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16. Manohar Parrikar wanted to quit, BJP top brass didn't allow: Goa minister.
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17. Manohar Parrikar wanted to quit, BJP high command did not allow, says Goa minister Vijai Sardesai.
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18. Manohar Parrikar wanted to quit, says minister but top BJP leaders did not allow.
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19. Manohar Parrikar wanted to quit, BJP high command did not allow: Goa minister.
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20. Manohar Parrikar wanted to quit, BJP high command didn't allow: Goa minister.
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21. On March 14, 2017, Manohar Parrikar was sworn in as Chief Minister of Goa.
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22. In November 2014, Manohar Parrikar was chosen as the Minister of Defence replacing Arun Jaitley, who, till then, held the additional charge of the Ministry.
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24. Manohar Parrikar was reluctant to leave Goa and move to Delhi in November 2014, by his own admission but was persuaded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to join the central government.
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