Panaji: The proceedings in the Goa assembly, which begins its monsoon session July 22, will be virtually paperless, Speaker Rajendra Arlekar said on Monday. The session, which is expected to see over 2,500 questions, will be 95 percent paperless, according to the speaker.
Both ruling and opposition benches are preparing to battle over issues related to the multi-billion dollar mining scam, use of police to settle political scores, the Lusofonia Games scam and other issues. “We are proud to say that for the first time in its history, the Goa legislative assembly is going paperless.

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