Goa Legislative Assembly

गोवा विधानसभा

Shri. Mauvin Godinho

Cabinet Minister

Shri. Mauvin Godinho

Constituency No/Name: 26 - Dabolim

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Bharatiya Janata Party
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Election Details

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7594

1570

Bharatiya Janata Party

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Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017

16 Mar 2017 to 12 Mar 2022

Dabolim

Bharatiya Janata Party

17473

7234

2494

Bharatiya Janata Party

Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012

19 Mar 2012 to 16 Dec 2016

Dabolim

Indian National Congress

15106

7468

944

Indian National Congress

The resignation tendered by Shri Mauvin Godinho Elected Member of Dabolim Constituency, from his seat has been accepted by Hon'ble Speaker. Refer Bulletin Part II No 281for more details

Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007

15 Jun 2007 to 8 Mar 2012

Cortalim

Indian National Congress

22176

9532

1682

Indian National Congress

Third Legislative Assembly 1999

6 Jun 1999 to 31 May 2002

Cortalim

Indian National Congress

17609

7230

1101

Indian National Congress

Second Legislative Assembly 1995

Cortalim

Indian National Congress

15880

7989

4826

Indian National Congress

First Legislative Assembly 1990

Cortalim

Indian National Congress

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5953

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Indian National Congress
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
Cabinet Minister
(Since 28 Mar 2022)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
Cabinet Minister
(22 Mar 2019 to 12 Mar 2022)
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
Deputy Speaker
(17 Jul 2007 to 9 Mar 2012)
Third Legislative Assembly 1999
Cabinet Minister
(24 Nov 1999 to 24 Oct 2000)
Second Legislative Assembly 1995
Cabinet Minister
(Dec 1994 to Jul 1998)
First Legislative Assembly 1990
Cabinet Minister
(Mar 1990 to Dec 1990)
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Select Committee on – The Goa Entertainment Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2015
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Select Committee on the Goa School Education (Amendment) Bill, 2014
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Committee On Government Assurances
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Rules Committee
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Business Advisory Committee
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
CHAIRMAN
Committee on Privileges
First Legislative Assembly 1990
MEMBER
Committee On Goverment Assurances
First Legislative Assembly 1990
MEMBER
Committee on Delegated Legislation
First Legislative Assembly 1990
MEMBER
Estimates Committee

Bill No 46 of 2021 (Government Bill)

The Goa Panchayat Raj (Amendment) Bill, 2021.

29 Jul 2021

30 Jul 2021

16 Sep 2021

Panchayati Raj

pdfBill As Introduced 583.27 KBpdfBill As Passed 1.07 MB

Bill No 27 of 2021 (Government Bill)

The Goa Housing Board (Amendment)Bill, 2021

28 Jul 2021

29 Jul 2021

16 Aug 2021

Housing with Housing Board

pdfBill As Introduced 82.64 KBpdfBill As Passed 1.26 MB

Bill No 14 of 2021 (Government Bill)

The Goa Motor Vehicles Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2021

28 Jan 2021

29 Jan 2021

pdfBill As Introduced 527.07 KBpdfBill As Passed 394.88 KB

BILL NO 13 of 2020 (Government Bill)

The Goa Motor Vehicles Tax (3rd Amendment) Bill, 2020

27 Jul 2020

27 Jul 2020

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Bill No 7 Of 2020 (Government Bill)

The Goa Motor Vehicles Tax(Amendment) Bill, 2020

07 Feb 2020

07 Feb 2020

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PRIVATE MEMBERS RESOLUTIONS

SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA  moved the following:

“This House strongly recommends the Government as a step towards empowerment of the common man so as to legitimize a roof over his head and to fulfill his dream of owning his own house, the Government should confer legal status on houses built on Communidade land all over Goa after taking the respective Communidades into confidence. Governance being a continuous process, the present Government build upon the earlier proposal mooted in the year 2000 should legalize houses built on Communidade land. These steps to be preceded by strict regulations to check any further growth of illegal construction in Communidade land.”

The following Members spoke:

    1. Shri Mauvin Godinho,MLA

    2. Shri Rohan Khaunte,MLA

    3. Shri Pandurang Madkaikar,MLA

    4. Shri Subhash Phal Dessai,MLA

    5. Shri Vishnu Surya Naik Wagh,MLA

    6. Shri Pratapsingh R. Rane,Leader of Opposition

    7. Shri Lavoo Mamledar,MLA

    8. Shri Vijay Sardesai,MLA

    9. Shri Francisco X. Pacheco,MLA

  1.  10.  Shri Nilesh Cabral,MLA

           11.  Shri Michael Lobo,MLA

           12.  Shri Francis D’Souza,Minister for Revenue

            

              The Resolution was withdrawn by leave of the House

 

    (House adjourned for lunch at 1 25 PM and resumed its

    sitting at   2 30 P M.)

 

Second Session 2012

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Calling Attention

 SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA called the attention of the Minister for PWD to the following:

“Grave anxiety in the minds of the people of Goa due to non- compliance of the instructions of Finance Department by the P.W.D. and deliberately not taking cognizance of the fact of a steep drop in   bitumen prices which

resulted in  a  loss  of  Rs.  100  crores  to  the  State  exchequer. Steps  the

Government  has  taken  to  prevent  this  loss  and  fraud  on  the  State

exchequer”.

 

SHRI RAMAKRISHNA DHAVALIKAR Minister for PWD made a statement in regard thereto.

The following Members sought clarifications:

1.  Shri Mauvin Godinho, MLA.

2.  Shri Digambar Kamat, MLA.

 

 

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Shri. Ramkrishna Alias Sudin Dhavalikar

CALLING ATTENTION

SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA called the attention of theMinister for Revenue to the following:

“Grave anxiety in the minds of the people of Goa and the Members of different Communidades in Goa due to the non-implementation of the Report of ‘Communidade Commission’ inspite of being presented to the Government and everyone awaiting its implementation. The Commission of Communidades was constituted at the behest of the Hon. High Court. Steps the Government  has taken or intends to take in the matter”.

SHRI FRANCIS D’SOUZA, Dy. Chief Minister madea statement in regard thereto.

The following Members sought clarifications.

1. Shri Mauvin Godinho, MLA

2. Shri Pratapsingh R. Rane, Leader of Opposition.

                (House adjourned for lunch at 1 07 PM and resumed its sitting at 2 30 PM)

Ninth Session 2015

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 3

Shri. Francisco D’souza

Calling Attention

“Fear and grave anxiety in the minds of the people of
Saferant, Adarshanagar and Assoi in Dabolim
Constituency in regard to collapse of the road side
retaining walls along with part of the road being washed
due to heavy rains that lashed Goa at Saferant near Sai
Baba Temple in Vaddem at Adarshnagar near
Vidyamandir School, Airport road and at Assoi opposite
Helber service station in Chicalim thereby exposing the
remaining parts of the roads, temple and the people
residing in the vicinity to imminent danger to their lives
and property. Steps the Government intends to take to
immediately repair reconstruct the retaining walls at all the
three locations and ensure overall safety of the temple,
motorist and the people. ”.

Seventh Session 2014

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -6

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Calling Attention

“Anxiety in the minds of people created out of contradictory decisions of various courts in the matter of filing criminal complaints viz-a-viz dual citizenship issue. Will the Government clarify on the issue.”

Seventh Session 2014

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Shri. Manohar Parrikar

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CALLING ATTENTION

SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA called the attention of the Chief Minister to the following:
“Grave anxiety in the minds of the people of Vaddem and the surrounding areas in regard to a notification published by the Department of Inland Waterways on behalf of Goa Shipyard Limited(GSL/CMD/04 Secret Act of GSL Unit-I)notification was issued on 14th June,2012,by Under Secretary(Home) whereby if implemented would strongly impact access to the Vaddem beach to the public as well as denying the fishermen community their right to anchor their boats and thus depriving them from their livelihood, steps Government intends to take to protect the rights of the local people as well as the livelihood of the fishermen.”

SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR, Chief Minister made statement in regard thereto.
SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO,MLA sought clarifications.

Second Session 2012

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Shri. Manohar Parrikar

CONGRATULATORY MOTION

“This House congratulates Dr.Vassudeva Subrai Naik born in a remote village in Keri, Goa for having been awarded the Gold Medal at the 23rd International Conference, Convocation and Awards presentation ceremony organized by the Indian Board of Alternative Medicine, Kolkata –India.”

 

The following Members spoke on the Motion:

 

  1. Shri Mauvin Godinho, MLA…………………….3 33 PM
  2. Dr. Pramod Sawant, MLA……………………….3 38 PM
  3. Shri Laxmikant Parsekar, Minister for Health………………………………………………3 40 PM
  4. Shri Rajendra Arlekar, Speaker………….…….3 41 PM

 

              The Motion was adopted unanimously.

Seventh Session 2014

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CONGRATULATORY MOTION

SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA moved the following:

“This House unanimously congratulates Dr.Raghunath Mashelkar who is the Architect behind preparation of the Vision Document on Goa 2035 under the auspices of Goa Golden Jubilee Development Council. That this document Services as an inspiration for the Government to build Goa on its unique, social, cultural and ecological values, further strengthening the strong moral social fabric of Goa.”

The following Members spoke:

 1. Shri Mauvin Godinho,MLA………………...................2 44 PM

2. Smt. Jennifer A. Monserrate,MLA……………………....2 57 PM   

3. Shri Subhash Phal Dessai,MLA……………….................2 58 PM

4. Shri Pramod Sawant, MLA…………………….…….......3 03 PM

5. Shri Francisco X. Pacheco,MLA…………………….........3 05 PM   

6. Shri Digambar Kamat,MLA………....................................3 09 PM

7. Shri Pratapsingh R. Rane,Leader of Opposition……......3 11 PM

8. Shri Manohar Parrikar, Chief Minister………………......3 13 PM

9. Shri Rajendra Arlekar,Speaker……………………...........3 22 PM   

The motion was adopted unanimously.

Second Session 2012

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CONGRATULATORY MOTION

 “ This House congratualatates Shri Anthony D’Sa a native of Divar Goa, who has risen to become the Chief Secretary of populist and a big State like Madhya Pradesh. It is a matter of pride that his hard work, dedication and honesty has propelled this Goan in such an important position.”

The following Members spoke:

1.   Shri Mauvin Godinho, MLA…………………………………...1 30 PM

2.   Shri Francis D’Souza, Dy. Chief Minister……………………..1 35 PM

The Motion was adopted unanimously.

 

Fifth Session 2013

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -1

CONGRATULATORY MOTION

“This House congratulates Smt. Mary D’Souza Sequeira, a native of Aldona, Goa is legendary athlete and hockey player, sportswoman of Goan origin who has been conferred with the highest recognition in the Country for her life time achievement in Dhayn Chand Award. She represented India in Hockey, Athletics and has credit triple Asian Games Medalist and an International hockey player.”

The following Members spoke:

1.   Shri Mauvin Godinho, MLA…………………………………...1 38 PM

2.   Shri Glenn Ticlo, MLA………………….……………………..1 40 PM

3.   Shri RameshTawadkar, Minister for Sports…………………...1 40 PM

The Motion was adopted unanimously.

 

Fifth Session 2013

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -1

CONGRATULATORY MOTION

SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA moved the followings:

This House congratulates Smt.Cecil Rodrigues for having been adjudged a “Zee Super Mom Dancer” and for having been awarded the 2nd best prize at the All India Super Mom Dance Competition held recently in Surat that she was able to rise to be amongst the first 10 from amongst 10000 contestants was in itself a great honour for a young Goan dancer.”

The following Members spoke:-

1. Shri Mauvin Godinho, MLA………………………...12 42 PM

2. Shri Mahadev Naik, Minister for Industries………12 49 PM

3. Shri Francis D’Souza, Dy. Chief Minister………….12 52 PM

4. Shri Manohar Parrikar, Chief Minister…………..12 53 PM

5. Shri Rajendra Arlekar, Speaker…………………...12 54 PM

The Motion was adopted unanimously.

(House adjourned for lunch at 12 54 PM and resumed its sitting at 2 30 PM)

Fifth Session 2013

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -3

ZERO HOUR MENTION

SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA made a mention about the grave
anxiety in the minds of the people of Dabolim and Sancoale due to the
arbitrary decision of the Town & Country Planning Department in not
approving place for construction citing a Forest Department letter dated
27/6/2013 merely saying that the particular survey number has been
identified for survey to be demarcated as Private forest. These include
lands which have valid conserver sanads and NOC from Forest
Department.

Eleventh Session 2016

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

ZERO HOUR MENTION

SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA made a mention about the grave anxiety in the minds of the people of Goa particularly people associated with the Shipping Industry due to “tendering of foreshore land” and implementation of a 500% increase in the rentals by the Mormugao Port Trust, bringing to a halt all economic activity associated with ship repair, ship building, dry-docking etc. resulting in shutting down of most shipyards resulting in loss of jobs and livelihood, one of the industry which was a industry of the Goan economy.

Steps local Government will take to prevail upon the MPT not to implement decision that will shut down the ship repair and ship building industry.

 SHRI LAXMIKANT PARSEKAR, Chief Minister replied to the mention.

Tenth Session 2015

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 13

Shri. Laxmikant Parsekar

Zero Hour Mention

SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA made a mention about the fear and grave anxiety in the minds of the people of Jairamnagar, Alto Dabolim and surrounding areas in Dabolim Constituency in regard to opening at Greg Vales House on NH 17 B where accidents have been taking place on daily basis and there have been loss to life and property.

 SHRI RAMKRISHNA DHAVALIKAR, Minister for PWD replied to the mention

Tenth Session 2015

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 11

Shri. Ramkrishna Alias Sudin Dhavalikar

Zero Hour Mention

SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA made a mention on the Taxi issue in the House during Zero Hour as there are reports that the STC taxi counter at the Dabolim Airport that was closed by the State Government is being planned to reopen clandestinely.

Tenth Session 2015

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Zero Hour Mention

SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA made a mention about “ the issue of Airport taxi and STC rent a Car canvassing near the conveyor belt at the arrival hall and exit gate inconivance with the officials of the Airport Authority creating fear & anxiety in the minds of the Black & Yellow or tourist Taxis at Dabolim Airport.”

 

SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR, Chief Minister replied to the Mention. 

 

Seventh Session 2014

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -11

015A - LADY COACHES FOR MORMUGAO TALUKA


15A. *WILL the Minister for Sports be pleased to state:

(a) whether it is a fact that there is a shortage of lady coaches; and
(b) whether the Government will consider to recruit the National and International lady Players who have retired and are unemployed on contract basis and depute them to the nearest schools or colleges; if so, the details thereof; and
(c) steps Government intends to take to build sports culture in Goa?

Answer:

please find the attachment

pdfStarred LAQ No. 15A.pdf

Thirteenth Session 2016

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Shri. Ramesh Tawadkar

Sports

Directorate of Sports & Youth Affairs

015B - EXPENDITURE ON GROUNDS MAINTENANCE


15B. *WILL the Minister for Sports be pleased to state:

(a) whether any amount is spent annually on maintenance of grounds owned by SAG and Directororate of Sports Department in Dabolim Constituency; and
(b) if so, give year-wise details of amount spent in the last three years till date by SAG and Directorate of Sports Department on grounds owned by them in Dabolim Constituency with details thereof?

Answer:

please find the attachment

pdfUnstarred LAQ NO. 15 B on Expdt. on Grd. Maint..pdf

Thirteenth Session 2016

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Shri. Ramesh Tawadkar

Sports

Directorate of Sports & Youth Affairs

003A - SECOND AND THIRD INSTALLMENT UNDER RAJIV AWAS YOJANA

3A. *WILL the Minister for Social Welfare be pleased to state:

(a) whether any application for payment of second and third installment is pending under Rajiv Awas Yojana;
(b) if so, the Constituency wise details with names and addresses along with reasons thereof;
(c) if so, whether these pending applications will be cleared; and
(d) if so, the time bound plan to approve and disburse the same with details?

Answer:

Subject:-SECONDANDTHIRDINSTALLMENTUNDERRAJIVAWASYOJANA.

StarredL.A.Q.No.3ATabledbySHRIMAUVINGODINHO,M.L.A.tobeansweredon11/8/2016.

Question

Answer

WILLtheMinisterforSocialWelfare

bepleasedtostate:

ByShri.MahadevNaik,

Hon’bleSocialWelfareMinister

(a)

whetheranyapplicationsforpaymentofsecondandthirdinstallmentispendingunderRajivAwasYojana;

YesSir.

(b)

ifso,theConstituencywisedetailswithnamesandaddressesalongwithreasonsthereof;

TheConstituency-wisedetailsarenotmaintained,thetaluka-wisedetailswithnamesandaddressesalongwithreasonsthereofisasperANNEXURE-I.

(c)

Ifso,whetherthesependingapplicationswillbecleared;and

YesSir.

(d)

ifso,thetimeboundplantoapproveanddisbursethesame;withdetails?

Thependingapplicationswillbe

clearedassoonastheUtilization

Certificatearesubmittedbythe

Beneficiariesinaprescribedtimelimit.

pdfAnnexure I.pdf

Thirteenth Session 2016

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Shri. Mahadev Naik

Social Welfare

Directorate of Social Welfare

003B - REVERTING OF SEZ LAND

3B. *WILL the Minister for Industries be pleased to state:

(a) whether the possession of the allotted SEZ land is taken back by the Government, if so, details thereof; and
(b) if not, the steps the Government intends to take to get back the Goan land?

Answer:

SUBJECT: REVERTING OF SEZ LAND

STARRED LAQ NO. 003B TABLED BY SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA (DABOLIM) TO BE ANSWERED ON 11/08/2016

QUESTION

ANSWER

WILL the Minister for Industries be pleased to State:

By Shri Mahadev Naik, Hon’ble Minister for Industries

(a)

whether the possession of the allotted SEZ land is taken back by the Government, if so, details thereof; and

Sir, No. The Supreme Court of India

vide order dated 10/01/2011 has

directed all the parties to maintain

status-quo in the matter.

Pursuant, to further Order/Directions

of Hon’ble Supreme Court,

necessary action will be initiated.

(b)

if not, the steps the Government intends to take to get back the Goan land?

Thirteenth Session 2016

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Shri. Mahadev Naik

Industries,Trade and Commerce

Department of Industries

050 - FINANCIAL POSITION OF CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT SOCIETIES


50. WILL the Minister for Co-operation be pleased to state:

a) give details of all Co-operative Credit Societies operating in the State with registered address, names of present Directors;
b) the total amount of deposits with each of these credit Societies as on 31st March, 2016;
c) the total outstanding amount of loans disbursed by each of these credit Societies as on 31st march, 2016;
d) the names of Co-operative Societies where non-performing assets (NPA) exceeded 5% of total advances as on 31st March, 2016
e) the action taken by these credit Societies to recover NPA’s;
f) the names of credit Societies that have shown net losses on their balance sheets consecutively during last three financial years; and
g) the steps taken or proposed to be taken by the Government to safeguard interests of members and depositors of Co-operative Credit Societies in the State?

Answer:

REPLY TO POSTPONED UNSTARRED LAQ NO. 50, DATED 28/07/2016 TABLED BY

SHRI MAUVIN GODINHO, MLA, REGARDING “FINANCIAL POSITION OF COOPERATIVE

CREDIT SOCIETIES” TO BE ANSWERED ON 11/08/2016.

Sr. No.

Question

Answer

Will the Minister for Co-operation be pleased to State;

Reply by Shri Mahadev Naik, Hon’ble Minister for Co-operation:

a)

give details of all Cooperative Credit Societies operating in the State with registered address, names of present Directors;

Sir, the details are as per enclosed

‘Annexure-A’

‘Annexure-B’

‘Annexure-C’

‘Annexure-D’

‘Annexure-E’

‘Annexure-F’

b)

the loan amount of deposits with each of these credit Societies as on 31st March, 2016;

c)

the total outstanding amount of loans disbursed by each of these credit Societies on 31st March, 2016;

d)

the names of Cooperative Societies where non-performing assets (NPA) exceeded 5% of total advances as on 31st March, 2016

e)

the action taken by these credit Societies to recover NPA’s;

f)

the names of credit Societies that have shown net losses on their balance sheets consequently during last three financial years; and

g)

the steps taken or proposed to be taken by the Government to safeguard interests of members and depositors of Cooperative Credit Societies in the State?

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Thirteenth Session 2016

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Shri. Mahadev Naik

Cooperation

Department of Co-operation