BJP RULES OUT LEADERSHIP CHANGE IN GOA, SAYS PARRIKAR IS FINE

BJP president Shah/' title='Amit Shah News'>Amit Shah has sent three senior members of the party to take stock of the political situation in view of Parrikar's indisposition.

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Amit Shah: Amit Shah is an Indian politician from the Bharatiya Janata Party. He was Home Minister of Gujarat, but had to resign in 2010 after he was arrested on charges of having ordered a series of "encounter" killings by the State Police.
- Amit Shah Wikipedia
Shah: Shah is a title given to the kings and lords of Iran and India. It was continuously used in Iran and Greater Iran. In India, it was used by Mughal rulers. The word descends from Old Persian xyaiya- "king", which must be a borrowing from Median, and is derived from the same root as Avestan xara-,