Goa Legislative Assembly

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Shri. Pramod Sawant

Chief Minister

Shri. Pramod Sawant

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Select Committee on the Goa Staff Selection Commission Bill, 2016

Bill No 37 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa School Education (Amendment) Bill, 2022

21 Jul 2022

Education

Directorate of Education

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Bill No 26 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Staff Selection Commission (Amendment) Bill, 2022 (Bill No. 26 of 2022)

21 Jul 2022

Personnel

Department of Personnel

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Bill No 31 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Essential Services Maintenance (Amendment)Bill, 2022

21 Jul 2022

Home

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Bill No 17 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Excise Duty (Amendment) Bill, 2022

21 Jul 2022

Finance

Department of Finance

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Bill No 29 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa (Regulation of Film Shooting) (Amendment) Bill, 2022

 

21 Jul 2022

Information & Publicity

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Validictory Remarks

Valedictory Remarks of the Speaker with regards to 7th Session 2019

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Valedictory Remarks

The Valedictory remarks by the Hon'ble Speaker for 06th  Session 2018 of the Seventh Legislative Assembly of the State of Goa

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Valedictory remarks

Valedictory remarks by the Hon'ble Speaker for 5th Session ( (19, 20, 21, 22 February, 2018) of the Seventh Legislative Assembly of the State of Goa

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Validictory Remarks

Validictory Remarks of the Speaker with regards to 3rd Session 2017

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Ruling of the Speaker

Announced about the Chandrayaan-2, India‟s indigenous moon mission, was successfully launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Nellore District of Andhra Pradesh today. It was launched atop a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) MK-III, India‟s Most Powerful rocket, and is carrying an orbiter, a lander called Vikram and a rover called Pragyan, which has been almost entirely designed and made in India. 

This House would like to congratulate the ISRO Scientists, on the success of this Mission. This launch is an extremely proud moment  for  all  of  us  an  Indian.We  wish  success  for  this Mission.

Date : 22 Jul 2019

Ruling of the Speaker

Announced that Shri Digambar Kamat is recognized as Leader of Opposition in the Goa Legislative Assembly, with effect from forenoon of 18th  July

2019.

Date : 19 Jul 2019

Ruling of the Speaker

 Announced  “Awareness programme on Strengthening the Implementation of the Biological Diversity Act  and  Rule”  to  be  held  in  PAC  room  after  the  House adjourned for the day to attend the programme.

Date : 29 Jan 2019

Ruling on Business of the House

The Business of the Assembly has been fixed by the Business Advisory Committee, what is to be taken and what is not to be taken and the sitting of the Assembly is also fixed by the BAC Committee, where the Opposition Leader was also present, the Report of the BAC has been circulated and presented before this House. The Members can also go through it and this is not that it has happened for the first time. When the Hon’ble Member Shri. Digamber Kamat was the Chief Minister, that time also the Government Business was transacted during the Private Members Day and the sitting of the days were fixed only for ten days. However, read provisions in Rule – 31 of the Rules of the Procedure, the Private Members’ Business shall be taken up on every Friday and shall have the precedence over the Official Business unless the Speaker otherwise directs and thus implicit in the Rule is a facility for listing the Official Business on the day earmarked for the Private Members’ Business and the question is about the priority. Now we have given the priority first to the Private Members’ Business and then the Government Business.

Date : 03 Aug 2018

Ruling of the Speaker

The Business of the Assembly has been fixed by the Business Advisory Committee, what is to be taken and what is not to be taken and the sitting of the Assembly is also fixed by the BAC Committee, where the Opposition Leader was also present, the Report of the BAC has been circulated and presented before this House. The Members can also go through it and this is not that it has happened for the first time. When the Hon‟ble Member Shri. Digamber Kamat was the Chief Minister that time also the Government Business was transacted during the Private Members Day and the sitting of the days were fixed only for ten days. However, read provisions  in  Rule  –31  of  the  Rules  of  the  Procedure,  the Private Members‟ Business shall be taken up on every Friday and shall have the precedence over the Official Business unless the Speaker otherwise directs and thus implicit in the Rule is a facility for listing the Official Business on the day earmarked for the Private Members‟ Business and the question is about the priority. Now we have given the priority first to the Private Members‟ Business and then the Government Business.

Date : 03 Aug 2018

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTIONS

DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA moved the following:
“This House unanimously resolves the Government to simplify the procedure for submitting for registration of Bhelpuri, vadapav carts, etc., of vendors for sale of eatables within Municipal/Panchayat areas by confirming location and NOC issued by Municipality/Panchayat and Health Centres to promote vendor business.”


SHRI FRANCIS D’SOUZA, Dy. Chief Minister/Minister for Revenue
and SHRI LAXMIKANT PARSEKAR, Chief Minister replied to the
points raised by the Mover.

     The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 15

Shri. Francisco D’souza

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTIONS

DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA  moved the following:
“This House unanimously resolves the Government to construct Joint Common Educational Complex in Sankhali on the basis of Educational Complex, at Cujira, Bambolim, Goa.”
Dr. Pramod Sawant, MLA spoke on the Resolution.

SHRI LAXMIKANT PARSEKAR, Chief Minister replied to the points raised by the Mover.
          
The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 10

Shri. Laxmikant Parsekar

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTIONS

DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA moved the following:
 
 “This House unanimously resolves the Government for development of Chess sports in the State and the Department should take initiative to appoint Chess coach at each Taluka level in order to enable the youths to avail of better opportunities.”

SHRI RAMESH TAWADKAR, Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs replied to the points raised by the Mover.
           
The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 5

Shri. Ramesh Tawadkar

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTIONS

DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA moved the following:
 
“This House unanimously resolves the Government to establish the Cashewnut and Coconut Development Board/Coir Board in the State to avail benefits under the Central Scheme in order to encourage farmers and agriculturists of the State for yielding maximum production of cashewnut and coconut other than any other products.”

SHRI RAMESH TAWADKAR, Minister for Agriculture replied to the points raised by the Mover.
          
The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 5

Shri. Ramesh Tawadkar

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTIONS

(2)DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA to move the following:
“This House resolves that the Goa Board of Indian System of Medicine
and Homeopathic Council Act 2001 be separated into as Goa Board of
Medicine and Goa Homeopathic Council and add Yoga, Unani, Siddha
and Homeopathy.”

Tenth Session 2015

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 15

POSTPONED CALLING ATTENTION

DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA called the attention of Minister for
Revenue to the following:

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the people of Maulinguem village in
Bicholim Taluka due to denial of Civic Right such as strong objection
being raised by the claimant towards development and maintenance of
public roads, reconstruction of dilapidated Panchayat building,
Construction of toilets, house repairs of house dwellers or giving the
ownership rights to the residential houses and other infrastructures etc.
also Tenancy Rights of the Cultivable lands to the tenants are not
settled yet. In this context the claimant has to prove his legal right or
else, he has no authority to stake any claim, object, intervene or
interfere in Government development work or Civil Rights of the
people of Maulinguem in Bicholim taluka. Steps Government intend
to take assigning of Civic Rights of the people of Village Maulinguem
in Bicholim taluka”.
 
SHRI FRANCIS D’SOUZA, Dy. Chief Minister made a statement in
regard thereto.  


12 54 PM
The following Members sought clarifications:

1. Dr. Pramod Sawant, MLA……………………………12 42 PM
2. Shri Naresh Sawal, MLA…………………..………....12 45 PM
3. Shri Vishnu Surya Naik Wagh, Dy. Speaker...…....12 47 PM
4. Shri Pratapsingh R. Rane, Leader of Opposition…12 48 PM
5. Shri Anant Shet, Speaker…………………………   12 52 PM

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 12

Shri. Francisco D’souza

POSTPONED CALLING ATTENTION

DR.PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA called the attention of Hon. Minister for
Panchayat to the following:

“Fear and apprehension in the minds of the people of the village regarding
the plots which were sanctioned under 20 point programme to the landless
families at Pratapnagar, Harwale, Sankhali,where the occupants have
constructed the houses as per Scheme and the said families are residing
therein, but some of the occupants have still not been allotted a house
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number. Steps the Government will take to direct the concerned authority to
record and register their houses”.

SHRI RAJENDRA ARLEKAR, Minister for Panchayat made a statement
in regard thereto.

The following Members sought clarifications:

1. Dr. Pramod Sawant, MLA.
2. Shri Rohan Khaunte, MLA.
3. Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 3

Shri. Rajendra Arlekar

CALLING ATTENTION

DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA. called the attention of Hon. Minister
for Revenue to the following:

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the people of Maulinguem village in
Bicholim Taluka due to denial of Civic Right such as strong objection being
raised by the claimant towards development and maintenance of public roads,
reconstruction of dilapidated Panchayat building, Construction of toilets,
house repairs of house dwellers or giving the ownership rights to the
residential houses and other infrastructures etc. also Tenancy Rights of the
Cultivable lands to the tenants are not settled yet.In this context the claimant
has to prove his legal right or else, he has no authority to stake any claim,
object, intervene or interfere in Government development work or Civil
Rights of the people of Maulinguem in Bicholim taluka. Steps Government
intend to take assigning of Civic Rights of the people of Village Maulinguem
in Bicholim taluka”.

Reply  to  the  Calling  Attention  was  postponed  to  last week  of Assembly
session by SHRI FRANCIS D’SOUZA, Dy. Chief Minister.  

(House adjourned for lunch at 12 58 PM and resumed its sitting at 2 30 PM)

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 3

Shri. Francisco D’souza

CALLING ATTENTION

DR.PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA called the attention of Hon. Minister
for Revenue to the following:

“Fear and apprehension in the minds of the people of the village
regarding the plots which were sanctioned under 20 point programme to
the landless families at Pratap nagar Harwale Sankhali,where the
occupants have constructed the houses as per Scheme and the said
families are residing therein, but some of the occupants have still not
been allotted a house number. Steps the Government will take to direct
the concerned authority to record and register their houses”.

Reply   to the   Calling   Attention   was   postponed   to 27/07/2016 by  
SHRI RAJENDRA ARLEKAR, Minister for Panchayat.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 2

Shri. Rajendra Arlekar

Calling Attention

“Anxiety in the minds of the mining workers who were terminated from service by the mining Companies viz. M/s. Sesa, M/s Vedanta, M/s. Fomento Group of Company, M/s. V.M. Salgaonkars, M/s. Bandekars and others due to
stoppage of mining in the State. Now as the mining industry has been commenced, the staff/workers who were terminated is to be re-instated. Steps the Government plans to resolve the matter in the interest of local workers”.

Twelfth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -4

Shri. Laxmikant Parsekar

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Obituary Reference

  1. Late Shri Shantaram Naik, former Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha Member of Parliament and former President of the Goa Pradesh Congress Committee passed away on the 9th June, 2018.
  2. Late Smt. Phyllis Faria, former nominated MLA of the Sixth Legislative Assembly of Goa, Daman and Diu passed away on the 22nd February, 2018
  3. Late Shri Mohan Pandurang Naik, a noted journalist, educationist and social worker passed away on the 21st February, 2018.
  4. Late Smt. Sridevi Kapoor, legendary actress and who was awarded the prestigiousPadma Shri Award passed away on the 24th February, 2018.
  5. Late Dr. Stephen William Hawking, a legendary theoretical physicist, cosmologist and author passed away on the 14th March, 2018.
  6. Late Shri Pramod Pandurang Kamat Timblo, a renowned industrialist passed away on the 8th April, 2018.
  7. Late Smt. Padmini Sawant, mother of the Hon. Speaker of the Goa Legislative Assembly passed away on the 10th April, 2018.
  8. Late Dr. V.B. Prabhudessai Kharegalkar, a renowned litterateur, researcher and linguist passed away on the 1st May, 2018.
  9. Late Shri Vasu Chodankar, a former State footballer passed away on the 2nd May, 2018.
  10. 10. Late Shri Dilip Kolhatkar, a veteran Marathi theatre director passed away on the 4th May, 2018.
  11. 11. Late Shri Arun Date, a veteran singer and who was awarded the prestigious Gajananrao Vatave Puraskar and Ram Kadam Kala Gaurav Awards passed away on the 6th May, 2018.
  12. 12. Late Shri Ranganath Yeshwant Naik, prominentfreedom fighter from Mapusa passed away onthe 26th February, 2018.
  13. 13. Late Shri Francis Mendes, notedTiatra artist passed away onthe 13th March, 2018.
  14. 14. Late Smt.Mangala Wagle well-known Social worker, founder and Badi Teacher of Hamara School passed away on the 27th  April, 2018.
  15. 15. Late Adv.Gopal Tamba, noted advocate and Social worker passed away on 28th April, 2018.
  16. 16. Late Shri Ravindra Sirsat, veteran freedom fighter from Mapusa passed away on 12th April, 2018.
  17. 17. Late Smt.Shanti Gajanan Kerkar, ex-Goan National footballerpassed away on 5th May, 2018.
  18. 18. Late Shri Mayuresh Vasta, notedTabla player Goan musician passed away onthe 12th July, 2018

Sixth Session 2018

BUSNESS FOR THE DAY - 1

ObItuary Reference

SPEAKER made Obituary References to the followings:

(1) Late Shri Prakash Phadte, former Education Minister and former Legislator from Mayem Constituency of the Third Legislative Assembly of the State of Goa, who passed away on the 23rd December, 2017.

(2) Late Fr. Nascimento Mascarenhas, a renowned Historian and a Prolific Writer, who passed away on the 7th January, 2018.

(3) Late Shri Shridhar Kamat, noted Konkani Lyricist, Writer, Musician and a Social Activist, who passed away on the 7th February, 2018.

(4)Late Smt. Sudha Karmarkar, well known Marathi Actress, Producer, Director of various Marathi Dramas and supporting pillion of Balrangabhumi who passed away on 5th February, 2018.

(5)Late Shri Antonio Fernandes alias Tony Shax, a noted Tiatrist and well known Tiatrist writer of Konkani Tiatr stage, who passed away on6th February, 2018.

(6)Late Shri Tukaram Mandrekar, senior most Freedom Fighter, whopassed away on31st December, 2017.

(7)Late Shri Baburao Hirojirao Dessai, prominent Agriculturist and Social Worker from Sattari taluka, who passed away on2nd  January, 2018.

(8)Late Shri Bhiku Hari Pai Angle, eminent Educationist and acclaimed Marathi Writer, who passed away on 20th February, 2018.

 

                        The House stood in silence for one minute.

Fifth Session 2018

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 2

OBITUARY REFERENCES

SPEAKER made Obituary References to the following:

 

(1)            Late Adv. Amrut Kansar, former Member of Parliament, Constitutional Expert, Educationist and an eminent Lawyer, who passed away on the 11th September, 2017.

(2)            Late Shri Dulo Kuttikar, former Legislator of the Third Legislative Assembly of Goa, Daman and Diu from Quepem Constituency and a veteran Freedom Fighter, who passed away on the 26th September, 2017.

(3)            Late Shri Arun Sadhu,a renowned Litterateur, Author and a veteran Journalist, who passed away on the 25th September, 2017.

(4)            Late Shri Yusuf. M. Shaikh,a notedKonkani Poet and recipient of the prestigious State Award for Excellence in Literature, who passed away on the7th October, 2017.                                           

(5)            Late Girija Devi, legendary Hindustani Classical singer/vocalist, ‘Thumri’ exponent and recipient of the prestigious Padma Vibhushan Award, who passed away on the 24th October, 2017.

(6)            Late Dr. Suhasini Koratkar,a veteran Hindustani Classical vocalist and singer, who passed away on the 7th November, 2017.

(7)            Late Shri Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi,former Union Minister, former Member of Parliament and former President of the All India Football Federation and Architect of Indian Football, who passed away on the 20th November, 2017.

(8)            Late Shri Pandit Narayanrao Bodas, a noted theatre artiste and singer/musician, who passed away on the 27th November, 2017.

(9)            Late Shri Jaisingh Maganlal, a noted Industrialist and a Philanthropist,  who passed away on the 27th November, 2017.

(10)       Late Shri Dr. J.C. Almeida,former Chief Secretary of Goan Origin and a distinguished Administrator, who passed away on the 28th November, 2017.

(11)       Late Shri Shashi Kapoor, a veteran Actor and recipient of the prestigious Padma Bhushan and Dada Saheb Phalke Awards who passed away on the 4th December, 2017.

(12)       Late Shri Jaganath Pednekar, senior Freedom Fighterwho fought rigorously for the freedom of Goa, who passed away on 24th November, 2017.

(13)       Late Shri Balwantrao Dessai, a senior Freedom Fighter, passed away on  10th November, 2017.

(14)       Late Shri H. M. Marathe, a noted Litterateur who passed away on 2nd October, 2017.

(15)       Late Shri Vasu Krishna Naik, a Goan Journalist who passed away on 23rd September, 2017.

(16)       Late Shri Arjan Singh, former Marshal of the Indian Air Force and a recipient of the prestigious Padma Vibhushan Award, who passed away on the 16th September, 2017.

(17)       Late Shri Ganpat Govind Punalkar,a senior Freedom Fighter, who passed away on 18th September, 2017.                                

(18)       Late Shri Raghunath Vinayak Joglekar, noted Goan Sahithik, Sanskritik and Social worker who passed away on 21st August, 2017.

(19)       Late Shri Mhableshwar Redkar, noted Goan  Marathi NatyaSahithik Director, Writer of Marathi dramas who passed away on 6th November, 2017.

(20)       Late Dr. Shridhar Phadke,an eminent Educationist and recipient of the State Award for best Teacher, who passed away on the 9th September, 2017.

(21)       Late Shri V. N. Dhandekar, Ex-Director of Education Department and aneminent Educationist, who passed away on 13th April, 2017.

 

             The following Members spoke on the Obituary refrences:-

 

  1. Shri Churchill Alemao, MLA                            ……….            12 45 PM
  2. Shri Rajesh Patnekar, MLA                                ……….            12 49 PM
  3. Shri Govind Gaude, Minister for Art & Culture  …          12 50 PM
  4. Shri Rohan Khaunte, Minister for Revenue ……….          12 51 PM
  5. Shri Mauvin Godinho, Minister for Panchayats ….          12 54 PM
  6. Shri Digambar Kamat, MLA                              ……….           12 55 PM
  7. Shri Prasad Gaonkar, MLA                                ……….           12 56 PM
  8. Shri Pandurang Madkaikar, Minister for Power ….          12 57 PM
  9. Shri Vijai Sardesai, Minister for Town & Country Planning                                               ………..      12 58 PM

10.Shri Michael Lobo, Deputy Speaker              ………..   01 00 PM

 11.Shri Chandrakant Kavalekar, Leader of Opposition ..     01 02 PM

 12.Shri Pratapsingh Rane, MLA                             ………..  01 05 PM

 13. Shri Ramkrishna Dhavalikar, Minister for PWD ….       01 07 PM
 
             The House stood in silence for one minute.

Fourth Session 2017

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -1

OBITUARY REFERENCES

DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, SPEAKER made Obituary References to the following:

(1) Late Dr. V. R. Rao former Chairman of ISRO, recipient of Padma Bhushan, Padma Vibhushan, Instrumental in promoting India’s Space Programme, launch of ASLV rocket in 1992, launch of PSLV in 1995 and also responsible for the successful launch of INSAT which gave thrust to Telecom revolution in India who passed away on 24th July,2017;

 

(2) Late Prof. Yash Pal famous Scientist, educationist and leading Science Communicator in India, recipient of Padma Bhushan, Padma Vibhushan who passed away on24th July, 2017;

 

(3) Late Ustad Sayeeduddin Dagar a “Dhrupad”exponent, and one of the iconic seven brothers of the 20th generation of the Dagarvani gharana, who passed away on 30th July, 2017;

 

(4) Late Shri Vassudev Kamat prominent and Senior most freedom fighter from Ibhrampur who passed away on 25th July, 2017;

 

(5) Late Bhai Punjabrao Chavan a freedom fighter, prominent agriculturist who fought for the Liberation of Goa who passed away on 5th August , 2017; and

 

(6) Late Adv. Thalmann Pereira, well known advocate, State Secretary CPI (M) and noted social activist who passed away on 6th August 2017.

 

The House stood in silence for one minute.

Third Session 2017

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -15

ObItuary Reference

Dr. Pramod Sawant, the Hon. Speaker, made Obituary References to the passing away of  the following distinguished luminaries:

  1. 1.      Late Smt. Reema Lagoo, a veteran actress and Bollywood’s ‘Motherly Figure’, who passed away on the 18th May, 2017.
  2. 2.      Late Shri Narotaam Parvatkar, an eminent Goan Tabla playerand Goan State Awardee, who passed away on 7th June, 2017.
  3. 3.      Late Shri Harishchandra Naik Shirodkar, a noted bhajani kalakar and a theatre artiste, who passed away on the 9th June, 2017.
  4. 4.      Late Shri Anil Madhav Dave, an Ex-Central Environment State Minister, who passed away on 18th May, 2017.
  5. 5.      Late Shri P.N. Bhagwati, former Chief Justice of India, who passed away on the 15th June, 2017.
  6. 6.      Late Shri Jaichandra Surendra Bandekar alias Babu Bandekar, a Goan eminent Cine-editor and eminent producerof film documentaries,who passed away on the 12th June, 2017.
  7. 7.      Cardinal Ivan Dias, former Archbishop of Mumbai and former prefect of the Vatican Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples and Nuncio (Papal Ambassador) to several Countries, who passed away on the 19th June, 2017.
  8. 8.      Prof. Shri Madhukar Toradmal, an eminent Marathi actor, dramatist, director and author, who passed away on the 2nd July, 2017.
  9. 9.      Late Shri Mahadev Manguesh Salkar, a noted educationist, social worker and Industrialist, who passed away on the 7th July, 2017.
  10. 10.  Late Shri Mangesh Tendulkar, a renowned cartoonist, who passed away on the 11th July, 2017.

The House paid its rich tributes to the passing away of the above mentioned distinguished luminaries. The Obituary References were unanimously passed by the House and thereafter the House stood in silence for 1 minute as a mark of respect to the departed souls.

Third Session 2017

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -1

ZERO HOUR MENTION

Dr. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA made a mention about the illegal
cutting of trees in mass scale in survey No. 131/2 of Bandbag, Bethora
Village in Ponda Taluka.  

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 14

ZERO HOUR MENTION

DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA made a mention about the increasing
use of Ganesh idols made up of plaster of paris.

SHRI RAJENDRA ARLEKAR, Minister for Environment replied to
the Mention.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 10

Shri. Rajendra Arlekar

ZERO HOUR MENTION

DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA made a mention about the “supply of
milk by Dairy Farm from Belgavi Karnataka.”

SHRI FRANCIS D’SOUZA, Dy. Chief Minister replied to the Mention.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 4

Shri. Francisco D’souza

ZERO HOUR MENTION

DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA made a mention that the “public
applying for Ladli Laxmi Scheme were facing difficulties due to the
procedure related to Birth Certificate and Divergence Certificate, it was
requested that the procedure may be simplified by allowing a Notarised
Affidavit.

SHRI DILIP PARULEKAR, Minister for Women and Child
Development replied to the Mention.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 3

Shri. Dilip Parulekar

ZERO HOUR MENTION

DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA made a mention about the non
availability of sufficient number of Ration Cards in Civil Supplies
Department thereby creating confusion about the working of the
Department as regards distribution of the ration cards. Further the fear is
also created in the minds of BPL ration card holders whose ration cards are
converted into APL without prior intimation to the card holders. The steps
Government intends to take to make available sufficient number of ration
cards and restore the BPL status to the ration card holders.

SHRI DAYANAND MANDREKAR, Minister for Civil Supplies replied
to the Mention.

Eleventh Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Shri. Dayanand Mandrekar

004A - GOA CRICKET ASSOCIATION

4A. *WILL the Minister for Sports & Youth Affairs be pleased to state:

  1. whether the Department has communicated/informed about the alleged malpractices to the BCCI, such as financial fraud, misuse of properties, corruption and corrupt practices which has allegedly occurred in Goa Cricket Association, allegedly by the former Members of the Managing Committee/representatives in the year 2007;
  2. if so, furnish details thereof;
  3. the reasons for not taking any action till date on Goa Cricket Association for electing and appointing one Mr. Vinod Phadke of GCA Managing Committee as Secretary, wherein Pendse Commission has banned the Association from electing Mr. Vinod Phadke on GCA Managing Committee; and
  4. whether the Goa Cricket Association has taken any positive steps as per Pendse Commission Report which has been accepted and adopted by the Government in 2012, if so, details thereof and whether the Government has acted on Pendse Commission recommendations;
  5. whether the Government is aware about the alleged fraud and misappropriation in Goa Cricket Association and that the former President, Secretary, and treasurers were in police custody for fifteen days;
  6. the reasons thereof the Government allowed to continue these allegedly tainted and allegedly accused to enjoy the highest positions in GCA for so long;
  7. whether the Registrar has anytime verified their accounts statement from time to time since Goa Cricket Association has its registration with Registrar of Societies under 1860 Act;
  8. whether their registration with Registrar of Societies is still valid, if not, the reason for not de-recognizing GCA;
  9. whether the Government has de-affiliated GCA and appointed Administrator to save the future of talented Goan cricketers; and
  10. whether Goa has any other body through which the talented players could play for Nationals and International matches in the absence of GCA ?

Answer:

please find the attachment

pdfStarred LAQ 4A.pdf

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 15

Shri. Ramesh Tawadkar

Sports

Directorate of Sports & Youth Affairs

009A - ALLOTMENT OF COMMUNIDADE LAND IN SHIRODA VILLAGE


9A. *WILL the Minister for Revenue be pleased to state:

(a) the details of maximum ceiling fixed to allot Communidade land under Communidade Code and Norms to individuals and institutions;
(b) furnish details of Communidade lands allotted to individual/s and institution/s under Communidade Code and norms in Shiroda Village since 2012 till date;
(c) whether the said allotment of Communidade land is within the prescribed limit;
(d) whether prior approval of the Government is required for allotment of Communidade land;
(e) if so, furnish documents furnished by applicant and approval granted by the Government since 2012 till date;
(f) whether the Communidade land allotted for purpose of institution could be transferred in the name of individuals under Communidade Code and norms;
(g) if so, furnish the provision under which the transfer has been done and details of such instances for the above period;
(h) whether the land bearing survey no.480/1 & 480/1-A of communidade Shiroda is allotted to an individual or institution;
(i) furnish the copy of resolution of said Communidade;
(j) whether the Government is aware of the Order No. PON/LRC/PART/137/2008/742DT.09/04/2012 & DSLR No.9-638-11/178724 dt.30/07/2012 is issued;
(k) if so, the details of the copy of the order and provision under which the order is issued may be furnished;
(l) whether the mutation carried out under above order is as per the provision of law;
(m) if so, the details of provision of the Act/Statute under which it has been done; and
(n) whether the Government will initiate action if any illegalities is observed, if so, state the time limit thereof?

Answer:

SUBJECT: Allotment of Comunidade land in Shiroda Village

Starred L.A.Q No. 009-A tabled by Dr. Pramod Sawant, M.L.A., to be answered on 12th August, 2016.

QUESTION

ANSWER

Will the Minister for Revenue be pleased to state:

By Shri Francis D\'Souza,

Hon\'ble Dy. C.M./R.M.

(a)

the details of maximum ceiling fixed to allot Communidade land under Communidade Code and Norms to individuals and institutions;

Sir, in terms of Amendment dated 26/05/1993 of Article 334-A not more than 400 sq.mts. of land can be granted for construction of house or building and as per Amendment to the said Article dated 16/04/2001 land admeasuring upto 2 Lakhs sq.mts. can be granted on lease to any Education or Health Institutions or any Charitable and/or Social Trust or Society or any similar Social Institutions of Public Utility or engaged in the field of education or health duly recognized by Government for the purpose of any scheme without auction. However, no ceiling limit is fixed for grant of land as afromento to the Government Department or the Government undertaking or the statutory body constituted by Government of India for setting up of premier Higher Educational Institutional of National level or International repute.

(b)

furnish details of Communidade lands allotted to individual/s and institution/s under Communidade Code and norms in Shiroda Village since 2012 till date;

No land has been allotted either to individual/s or Institutions since 2012 till date under the provisions of Code of Comunidade in Shiroda village.

(c)

whether the said allotment of Communidade land is within the prescribed limit;

Does not arise in view of reply at (b) above.

(d)

whether prior approval of the Government is required for allotment of Communidade land;

Yes Sir, the Government approval is required for allotment of Comunidade land.

(e)

if so, furnish documents furnished by applicant and approval granted by the Government since 2012 till date;

Does not arise in view of reply at (b) above.

(f)

whether the Communidade land allotted for purpose of institution could be transferred in the name of individuals under Communidade Code and norms;

No Sir.

(g)

if so, furnish the provision under which the transfer has been done and details of such instances for the above period;

Does not arise in view of reply at (f) above.

(h)

whether the land bearing survey no.480/1 & 480/1-A of communidade Shiroda is allotted to an individual or institution;

Comunidade of Shiroda has allotted land to individual admeasuring 23325 sq.mts. comprised in Survey No. 480/1, in the year 2005-2006 which portion of land has been partitioned and allotted a separated survey No. 480/1-A vide Order dated 09/04/2012 of the Deputy Collector & SDO, Ponda.

Copy of the said order is annexed as Annexure “A”.

(i)

furnish the copy of resolution of said Communidade;

Copies of the Resolutions taken in General Body meeting held on 31/10/2004 and in the ordinary Managing Committee meeting held on 07/11/2004, are attached hereto as Annexure “B”.

(j)

whether the Government is aware of the Order No. PON/LRC/PART/137/2008/742DT.09/04/2012 & DSLR No.9-638-11/178724 dt.30/07/2012 is issued;

Yes.

(k)

if so, the details of the copy of the order and provision under which the order is issued may be furnished;

Copy of the Order of the Dy.Collector & SDO, is referred above which is marked as Anenxure “A” and the letter dated 12/01/2012 of the DSLR is marked as Annexure “C”. The partition of the land ordered by the Dy. Collector & SDO, Ponda, is under Section 61 of the Land Revenue Code, 1968.

(l)

whether the mutation carried out under above order is as per the provision of law;

Yes, as reported by the Mamlatdar of Ponda vide his letter dated 28/07/2016 which is attached as Annexure “D”.

(m)

if so, the details of provision of the Act/Statute under which it has been done; and

As per Section 96 of the Land Revenue Code, the details are annexed to Annexure “D”.

(n)

whether the Government will initiate action if any illegalities is observed, if so, state the time limit thereof?

Yes. No time frame can be given.

pdfAnnexure-A.pdf

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 15

Shri. Francisco D’souza

Revenue

Department of Revenue

068 - DEVELOPMENTAL WORK AT SANKHALI


WILL the Minister for Urban Development be pleased to state:

(a) the present status of developmental works under the Department from 2012 till date in Sankhali Constituency with details of completion of work and ongoing work with cost of work; and
(b) whether proposals are awaiting for approval/sanction, if so, the present status thereof?

Answer:

SUBJECT:- DEVELOPMENTAL WORK AT SANKHALI

Unstarred LAQ No 68 tabled by DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA, to be answered on 12/08/2016

Question

Answer

WILL the Minister for Urban Development be pleased to state:

By Shri Francis D’Souza, Minister for Urban Development;

the present status of developmental works under the Department from 2012 till date in Sankhali Constituency with details of completion of work and ongoing work with cost of work; and

Sir, as informed by the Chief Officer, Sankhali Municipal Council the present status of developmental works are as per Annexure ‘A’.

b.

Whether proposals are awaiting for approval/sanction, if so, the present status thereof?

The present status of proposals are as per Annexure ‘B’.

pdfAnnexure A.pdf

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 15

Shri. Francisco D’souza

Urban Development

Department of Urban Development

069 - RESOLUTIONS OF SANKHALI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL


WILL the Minister for Urban Development be pleased to state the number of resolutions sent by the Sankhali Municipal Council to DMA, furnish details of the name of work and present status?

Answer:

SUBJECT:-RESOLUTIONS OF SANKHALI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

Unstarred LAQ No 69 tabled by DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLA, to be answered on 12/08/2016

Question

Answer

WILL the Minister for Urban Development be pleased to state the number of resolutions sent by the Sankhali Municipal Council to DMA, furnish details of the name of work and present status?

By Shri Francis D’Souza, Minister for Urban Development:

Sir, 8 number of resolutions were sent by Sakhali Municipal Council to DMA. The details of resolutions are as per Annexure

pdfANNEXURE.pdf

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 15

Shri. Francisco D’souza

Urban Development

Department of Urban Development

070 - CREMATORIUM IN SANKHALI MUNICIPALITY


WILL the Minister for Urban Development be pleased to state whether there exists a Public Crematorium for all religions in Sankhali Constituency; if so, furnish list; if not, reasons thereof?

Answer:

SUBJECT: CREMATORIUM IN SANKHALI MUNICIPALITY

Unstarred LAQ No. 70 tabled by Dr. Pamod Sawant, MLA to be answered on 12/08/2016.

QUESTION

ANSWER

Will the Minister for Urban Development be pleased to state whether there exists a Public Crematorium for all religions in Sankhali Constituency; if so, furnish list; if not, reasonsthereof ?

By Shri Francis D’Souza, Minister for Urban Development.

Yes Sir.Within Sankhali Municipal area, Land as below has been allotted for last rites of people belonging to Hindu, Muslim, Christian faiths and separately for those not professing any faith.

a.

Area for Hindu Crematorium

-

300 sq.m.

b.

Area for Muslim Kabrastan

-

300 sq.m.

c.

Area for Christian Cemetry

-

300 sq.m.

d.

Cremation for community having no faith in any religion

-

1000sq.m.

Apart from the above, there are another four facilities as mentioned below within the jurisdiction of Sankhali Municipal Council.

  1. Hindu Crematorium at Gokulwadi.
  2. Hindu Crematorium at Tulshimala.
  3. Christian Cemetry at Muzawarwada.
  4. Muslim Kabrastan at Dattawadi.

Thirteenth Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 15

Shri. Francisco D’souza

Urban Development

Department of Urban Development