Goa Legislative Assembly

गोवा विधानसभा

Shri. Viresh Borkar

Shri. Viresh Borkar

Constituency No/Name: 14 - St. Andre

Revolutionary Goans Party

Election Details

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Revolutionary Goans Party

Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Business Advisory Committee (Since 30 Mar 2022)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Public Accounts Commiitee
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Rules Committee (Since 31 May 2022)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Budget Committee (Since 31 May 2022)

Delay in finalizing the Coastal Zone Management Plan,

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of people because of the delay in finalizing the Coastal Zone Management Plan, particularly the identification of sand dunes, and the impact it will have on local fishing activity, trade and environment. Steps the Government intends to take in this regards.”

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Environment

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Zero Hour Mention for 22July22

Fear and Anxiety in the minds of the people of St. Andre that\'s the irregular and storage of water supply issue will continue as most of the Water tanks are in a decapitated condition. Also the new 2MLD GLR water tank at Bambolim, 0.65MLD Over head tank Nauxim have still not been completed even when the completion date was 7/7/22. 

Similarly work on 2MLD GLR and 0.65 MLD over head tank at Agassaim has still not started and the completion date was on 10/7/2022 as the land on which these tanks were supposed to be built are currently being occupied by DBL, requesting the PWD minister to look into this matter and resolve the issue at the earliest. 

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Public Works

Public Works Department

Zero Hour Mention for 22July 22

Fear and Anxiety in the minds of the residents of Talaulim as the road starting from Kadamba plateau to St. Anne Church Tallaulim which is an accident prone zone an is now become a death trap as many accident at that spot have resulted in death of people. Hence I request the department to visit the site with experts from MORTH (Ministry of Road Transport and Highways) as the road needs to be reworked on and redesigned. 

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Transport,Public Works

Public Works Department

Zero Hour Mention 21st July

Fear and Anxiety among computer Teachers due to Disparity of Pay scale to computer teachers  teaching in govt as well govt aided institutions inspite of having the same qualifications advertised by the Dept of education.

As per vide order no.8/72008 - Fin(R&C)   dated 10/10/2008 the Govt of Goa had issue an order in respect of grant of Part \'B\' scales recommended by the Sixth Central Pay Commission to the teachers in schools in Goa thereby sanctioning Part \'B\' pay band and grade pay scale with effect from 01st July 2011 for school teachers in Goa.

Unfortunate the Dept of education have sanctioned Part \'B\' pay band and grade pay scale to some of the computer teachers by order dated 05/02/2013, whereas most of the comp trs teaching in high schools and higher secondary schools are not given the said benefit of grant of Part \'B\' scale.

Requesting the govt to act in accordance with law in giving justice and equity in sanctioning  part \'B\' pay band and grade pay scale to all  computer teachers teaching in Govt and Govt aided institutions.

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Education

Directorate of Higher Education

need of financial support to Goan Clay Artist.

Fear and Anxiety among the Goan Clay artists for not receiving enough Financial support from the Government.

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Handicrafts

Department of Handicrafts, Textiles & Coir

Zero Hour Mention for 15th July 22

Fear and anxiety among Local goan vendors on increasing number of migrant vendors in the markets.

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Revenue,Panchayati Raj,Urban Development

Department of Urban Development

CUT MOTIONS-19/07/2022

 The following  Cut  Motions to  Demand No. 13 – Transport,   Demand  No. 19 – Industries, Trade & Commerce, Demand No. 31- Panchayats, Demand No. 74- Water Resources  and  Demand No. 71- Co-operation  have been received from the Members as shown below against the respective Demands, which are fixed for discussion on  the 19th July, 2022.

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CUT MOTIONS-18/07/2022

 The following Cut Motions to Demand No. 47 –Goa Medical College, Demand No. 48 – Health Services, Demand No. 49 – Institute of Psychiatry & Human Behaviour, Demand No. 51 – Goa Dental College, Demand No. 53 – Food & Drugs Administration, Demand No. 54 – Town & Country Planning, Demand No. 55 – Municipal Administration, Demand No. 58- Women and Child Development and Demand No. 68- Forests have been received from the Members as shown below against the respective Demands, which are fixed for discussion on  the 18th  July, 2022.

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CUT MOTIONS-14/07/2022

The following Cut Motions to Demand No. 7 – Settlement & Land Records, Demand No. 15 -  Collectorate, North Goa  Demand No. 16 - Collectorate, South Goa , Demand No. 33 – Revenue, Demand No.52 – Labour, Demand No. 60 – Employment, Demand No. 72 – Science & Technology, Demand No. 65- Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services  and Demand No. 66- Fisheries - have been received from the Members as shown below against the respective Demands, 

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CUT MOTONS-13/07/2022

Cut Motions to Demand No. 2 - General Administration & Coordination, Demand No. 8 –Treasury & Accounts Administration, North Goa, Demand No. 9 - Treasury & Accounts Administration, South Goa, Demand No. 11 – Excise,  Demand No. 17 – Police, Demand No. 22- Vigilance, Demand No. 23- Home, Demand No. 25- Home Guards and Civil Defence, Demand No.  26- Fire & Emergency Services, Demand No. 27 – Official Language, Demand No. 30 – Small Savings & Lotteries, Demand No. 32- Finance, Demand No. 61- Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Demand No. 81 – Department of Tribal Welfare and Demand No. 83 - Mines have been received from the Members as shown below against the respective Demands, which are fixed for discussion on the 13th  July, 2022.

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AMENDMENTS LIST -3

AMENDMENTS TO THE MOTION OF THANKS TO THE ADDRESS OF THE GOVERNOR

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014A - REPAIRS OF BUNDS IN KHAZAN LAND


14A. *WILL the Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Government is aware of the problems faced by the farmers in the State due to breaching of Bunds or Bandharas in the Khazan Land that leads to inundation of fields; if so, the details of such breached Bunds or Bandharas and inundation of fields;
(b) the steps the Government has taken to stop the same;
(c) the Constituency-wise details of the amount spent on repairs of each Bunds undertaken by the Government from the year 2012 till date within the Khazan lands; and 
(d) the total amount of funds allocated by the Government to protect the Khazan lands from the year 2012 till date and whether any assistance was requested from the Central Government with details thereof?

 

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Shri. Ravi Naik

Agriculture

Directorate of Agriculture

014B - VEHICULAR OVER PASS AT BAMBOLIM


14B. *WILL the Minister for Public Works be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Government is aware that due to the construction of the NH66 passing through Bambolim, people find it difficult to access to Holy Cross Chruch Bambolim (Fulancho Khuris), with many risking their lives while crossing the road;
(b) whether the Government is aware that people also find it difficult to access other residential and Government offices within the location such as Nursing College, IPHB, Military Camp, FDA Office and Lord Shankar Temple thereby risking their lives trying to cross the busy NH66;
(c) whether the Department has received any request or proposal to construct a Vehicular over pass and a Pedestrain over pass at the said location;
(d) the reason, the Department has not made provisions to consider Vehicular Pass at the said location with many Governmental and religious establishments when the NH66 was initially proposed and construction of the same is in process; and
(e) whether the Department will consider building a Vehicular Over Pass and a pedestrian Over Pass at the said location; if so, the date by which process will commence?

 

Answer:

SUB: STARRED LAQ NO. 014B TABLED BY SHRI. VIRESH BORKAR, REGARDING “VEHICULAR OVER PASS AT BAMBOLIM” TO BE ANSWERED ON 22TH JULY 2022.

QUESTIONS

ANSWERS

WILL the Minister for Public Works be pleased to state:

By Shri. Nilesh Cabral, Hon’ble Minister for PWD 

(a) whether the Government is aware that due to the construction of the NH66 passing through Bambolim, people find it difficult to access to Holy Cross ChruchBambolim (FulanchoKhuris), with many risking their lives while crossing the road;

Sir, Yes.

(b) whether the Government is aware that people also find it difficult to access other residential and Government offices within the location such as Nursing College, IPHB, Military Camp, FDA Office and Lord Shankar Temple thereby risking their lives trying to cross the busy NH66;

Yes,                                                                  A VUP is already constructed   within a kilometer from the Fulancho Khuris i.e at Military Complex to facilitate cross over traffic. Further the two lane service road is constructed on both sides of National Highway, for two way movement of traffic.

(c) whether the Department has received any request or proposal to construct a Vehicular over pass and a Pedestrain over pass at the said location;

Yes.

(d) the reason, the Department has not made provisions to consider Vehicular Pass at the said location with many Governmental and religious establishments when the NH66 was initially proposed and construction of the same is in process; and

The work is carried out as per DPR  approved by MoRTH. The project was envisaged in 2013-14and approved by the Ministry way back 2015. Provisions for a vehicular pass at the said location were not made as, at this stretch the road, i.e. NH66, is at ground level and hence VUP construction was not technically feasible. Moreover, there are VUPs on either side within less than 1.00 km of this location.

(e) whether the Department will consider building a Vehicular Over Pass and a pedestrian Over Pass at the said location; if so, the date by which process will commence?

Feasibility of the Pedestrian Over Pass at the locations is being assessed.

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Shri. Nilesh Cabral

Public Works

Public Works Department

014C - REGISTRATION OF TENANT ASSOCIATIONS

14C. *WILL the Minister for Revenue be pleased to state:

(a) the Constituency-wise details of all the Tenant Associations registered with the Department;
(b) the detailed list of all the farmers with survey numbers in Khazan area;
(c) the total number of registered farmers that formed the respective Khazan Association with complete list of names of all farmers;
(d) the number of farmers in the Tenant Association having voting rights with details such as  their names, Association with Constituency-wise details thereof; and 
(e) the steps the Department has taken to streamline the registration process of the affected unregistered farmers due to non-registration?

 

Answer:

The reply is enclosed herewith.

pdfReply to Starred LAQ 014C.pdf

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Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

Revenue

Department of Revenue

105 - SCHEMES IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT


WILL the Minister for Science and Technology be pleased to state: 

(a)  the number of Schemes available with the Government and the procedure to avail them; 
(b) the funds received by the Department , give  details year-wise from 2017 till date; 
(c) the number of public awareness camps conducted by the Department in educating the public on these schemes from March 2017 till date;  
(d) the details of all the beneficiaries who availed the scheme; and  
(e) the details Constituency-wise?

Answer:

Answer and Annexure I, II, III and IV attached.

pdfUnstarred-LAQ-NO-105.pdf

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Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

106 - MANGROVES IN ST.ANDRE CONSTITUENCY

. WILL the Minister for Environment and Climate change be pleased to state: 

(a) whether the Goa Coastal Zone management authority has requested the National Institute of Oceanography to submit a project proposal for demarcation of Mangroves and sand dunes in the State; 
(b) if so,the area occupied by Mangroves in St.Andre Constituency and whether the State Government carried out any survey to conform the same ; 
(c) the department  has identified these areas were previously fields that have now become Mangroves forest due to breach of bunds and inundation of fields by salt water; and 
(d) the details of certified copies of the report submitted by NIO to Coastal Zone management with regards to St. Andre Constituency?

Answer:

Reply and annexure is attached.

pdfReply-106.pdf

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Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

Environment and Climate Change

Department of Environment and Climate Change