Goa Legislative Assembly

गोवा विधानसभा

Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

Cabinet Minister

Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

Constituency No/Name: 11 - Panaji

Bharatiya Janata Party

Election Details

17458

6787

716

Bharatiya Janata Party

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Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017

10 Jul 2019 to 12 Mar 2022

Panaji

Bharatiya Janata Party

0

0

0

Bharatiya Janata Party

Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017

23 May 2019 to 9 Jul 2019

Panaji

Indian National Congress

16716

8748

1758

Indian National Congress

Refer :- Bulletin Part II No. 149 dated 10-07-2019 with regards to Merger of 2/3rd of the Indian National Congress Legislature Party in to the Bharatiya Janata Party

Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012

19 Mar 2012 to 16 Jan 2017

St. Cruz

Indian National Congress

20986

8644

2336

Indian National Congress

The resignation tendered by Shri Atanasio Monserrate Elected Member of St. Cruz Constituency, from his seat has been accepted by Hon'ble Speaker. Refer Bulletin Part II No 258 for more details

Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007

15 Jun 2007 to 8 Mar 2012

Taleigao

United Goans Democratic Party

19373

9641

4022

United Goans Democratic Party

Fourth Legislative Assembly 2002

5 Jun 2005 to 8 Jun 2007

Taleigao

Indian National Congress

17536

11657

6228

Indian National Congress

Fourth Legislative Assembly 2002

20 Feb 2002 to 29 Jan 2005

Taleigao

United Goans Democratic Party

17118

7237

2261

United Goans Democratic Party

The resignations tendered by Shri Atanasio Monserrate, Member elected from Taleigao Constituency from the seat in the House have been accepted by the Speaker, Goa Legislative Assembly w.e.f 29th,January,2005.

Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
Cabinet Minister
(Since 28 Mar 2022)
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
Cabinet Minister
(7 Aug 2008 to 7 Mar 2012)
Fourth Legislative Assembly 2002
Cabinet Minister
(3 Jun 2002 to 28 Jan 2005)
Fourth Legislative Assembly 2002
Cabinet Minister
(10 Jun 2005 to 8 Jan 2007)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
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Budget Committee (Since 20 Sep 2019)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
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Estimates Committee
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Committee On Goverment Assurances (Since 20 Sep 2019)
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Committee on Public Undertakings
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
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Budget Committee
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Rules Committee
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Business Advisory Committee
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Committee on Government Assurances

Bill No 25 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Labour Welfare Fund (Amendment) Bill, 2022

21 Jul 2022

Labour & Employment

Department of Labour

pdfThe Goa Labour Welfare Fund Amendment Bill 2022.pdfpdfBill As Passed 113.69 KB

Bill No 27 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Buildings (Lease, Rent and Eviction) Control (Amendment) Bill, 2022

21 Jul 2022

Revenue

Department of Revenue

pdfThe Goa Buildings Amendment Bill 2022.pdfpdfBill As Passed 569.93 KB

Bill No. 34 of 2008 (Government Bill)

THE GOA SCHOOL EDUCATION (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2008

26 Aug 2008

28 Aug 2008

04 Dec 2008

Ports

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Bill No. 17 of 2009 (Government Bill)

The Goa University (Amendment) Bill, 2009

02 Sep 2009

Industries, Trade and Commerce

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Bill No. 8 of 2010 (Government Bill)

The Goa Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains (Amendment)Bill,2010

25 Mar 2010

26 Mar 2010

28 Mar 2010

Housing

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PRIVATE MEMBERS RESOLUTIONS

S/SHRI ATANASIO MONSERRATE AND ALEIXO R. LOURENCO, MLAsmoved the following:

“This House recommends the Government to take immediate steps to protect water bodies from being polluted by persons by enacting a suitable legislation to prevent such misuse.”

 

 

Second Session 2012

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Shri. Dayanand Mandrekar

Private Member Resolution

S/SHRI ATANASIO MONSERRATE, VISHWAJIT RANE, ALEIXO R. LOURENCO MLAs AND PRATAPSINGH RANE, LEADER OF OPPOSITION moved the following:

“This House recommends the Government to clear the roads from stray cattle  roaming the Highways causing serious accidents.”

SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR, Chief Minister  replied to the points raised by the Mover.

The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Fifth Session 2013

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Calling Attention

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of mining-dependent people that Banks and Financial Institutions are issuing notices and initiating recovery proceedings against defaulters despite assurance by the Chief Minister that, based on his reported meetings with the Union Finance Minister and RBI officials, Banks would not take immediate steps in the matter. Measures Government initiates to take in this matter.” 

The Reply to Calling Attention was postponed to 16/10/2013.

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005A - DEATHS DUE TO VIRAL DISEASES

*WILL the Minister for Health be pleased to state: 

(a) the number deaths in the State due to viral diseases for last five years; 
(b) furnish details of deaths due to Covid-19 and other viral diseases for the last 5 years; 
(c) the reasons for increase or decrease in deaths due to viral diseases other than from Covid-19; 
(d) the number of deaths in the State due to Pneumonia in last five years; and 
(e) the reasons for increase in cases of Pneumonia in recent years? 
 

Answer:

 

         SUB:- DEATHS DUE TO VIRAL DISEASES

          Starred LAQNo. 005A, table by Shri. Atanasio Monserrate, MLA, 

          to be answer on 30/07/2021.

 

Sr. No.

QUESTION

ANSWER
005AWill the Minister for  Health be pleased to state:

By Shri Vishwajit  P. Rane 

Minister for Health 

(a)the number deaths in the State due to viral diseases for last five years; Sir,the  number deaths in the State due to viral diseases for last five  years is 3143.
(b)furnish details of deaths   due to Covid–19 and other viral diseases for the last 5 years;The details are as per enclosed Annexure.
( c)the reasons for increase or decrease in deaths due to viral diseases other than from Covid-19;
  • Deaths due to KFD are not seen since 2017, the reason is probably early detection, proper management, Timely referral  and vaccination.

 

  • Fluctuation in deaths due to  H1N1 is seen as increase in  activity of this virus is observed every 2-3 years. Also no cases/ deaths are reported of H1N1 during 2020 & 2021 (Till date) possible due to   COVID-19 situation as well as following of  covid appropriate behaviour in community.
(d)the number of deaths in the State due to Pneumonia in last five years; and 

DHS: 237 nos.

GMC: 3948 nos.

(e)the reasons for increase  in cases of Pneumonia in recent years?

The cases have  been observed due to Covid-19 pandemic and  Old age factor.

 

 

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pdfstarred laq no005.pdf

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Shri. Vishwajit Rane

Public Health

005B - LOSS OF REVENUE DUE TO POWER THEFT

*WILL the Minister for Power be pleased to state: 

(a) the quantum of electricity consumed and revenue generated from consumers; 
(b) whether there is a 40% discrepancy between power consumption and gross revenue due to illegal use of power by establishment/consumers; if so, furnish details;  
(c) the action taken by the Government on such illegalities; 
(d) whether the Government has devised any scheme to compensate consumers in case of damages to computers, television and other electrical equipments due to power fluctuation; if so, furnish details; 
(e) the status of Goa Tanmar Project and will it resolve the power fluctuation issues of Ribandar, Panaji and Taleigao; 
(f) the status of upgradation and strengthening of power infrastructure for Panaji and Taleigao Constituency for which 120 crore have been sanctioned; if so, furnish details; and 
(g) the status of underground power cabling in Panaji and Taleigao Constituency? 

 

Answer:

pdflaq5B.pdf

Fifteenth Session 2021

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Shri. Nilesh Cabral

Power

005C - POSTPONEMENT OF NATIONAL GAMES

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

(a) whether the Government has made provision to reverse the injustice done to Hockey Players by allocating the hockey ground at Fatorda for tennis; 
(b) whether the constant postponement/withdrawal from the National Games has resulted in imposing of penalties by IOC; 
(c) the time frame for holding the National Games in the State; 
(d) whether the Government has released funds to Associations to start their camps to prepare for the National Games; 
(e) whether the Hockey Coach Alexander Remedios NIS has retired; 
(f) whether the Association lacks coaches in the South, the initiatives  the Department will take to recruit more coaches; and 
(g) whether the distribution of sports kit though MLAs has been stopped? 
 

Answer:

please find the attachment

pdfStarred-LAQ-No-005C.pdf

Fifteenth Session 2021

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Shri. Manohar Ajgaonkar

Sports

021 - SWADESH DARSHAN SCHEME

WILL the Minister for Tourism be pleased to state: 
   
(a) the precautions taken by the Government to monitor the tourist entering from Covid-19 affected states of India; 
(b) whether the Tourism Department has undertaken tours to promote tourism internationally from 2019 till March 2020 and the amount of money spent and whether a report of analysis is being prepared; 
(c) the initiative Government has taken  to interact with Goa Chapter of the Confederation of Indian Industries and the Chairman Lalit Saraswat and utilize their expertise instead of going abroad to get ideas; 
(d) whether the Department has any proposal to beautify the Panaji Church; 
(e) the number of ancestral homes in Panaji that have availed facilities to maintain heritage culture, specify; 
(f) whether the Government has taken cognizance of the need to meter speedily implement fixing of taxi meters; 
(g) whether Rs.99.35 crores is sanctioned for tourism project at Dona Paula under Swadesh Darshan Scheme; the name of the Agency that is undertaking the work; furnish details of 13.71 crores spent for parking facilities, renovation of jetty, pergolas, kiosk, give the details of the amount separately; and 
(h) whether many Villas / Flats have been given to tourist  to stay for several weeks and months; and whether those are registered with the Department and the quantum of  income the Department is earning and the measures the  Department will  take to monitor these? 
 

Answer:

Question: Will the Minister for Tourism be Pleased to state.
a)The precautions taken by the Government to monitor the tourist entering from Covid-19 affected states of India;
AnswerSir, the Collector [North] and [South] had issued orders / SOPs as a preventive measures from time to time to contain spread of COVID—19 in the State of Goa. The orders are at Annexure A;
b)whether the Tourism Department has undertaken tours to promote tourism internationally from 2019 till March 2020 and the amount of money spent and whether a report of analysis is being prepared;
Answer

Department has participated at international exhibitions from 2019 till March 2020.  Details are at Annexure B; 

After every event, the officer’s report is submitted by the officials who attend the event.

c)the initiative Government has taken to interact with Goa chapter of the Confederation of Indian Industries and the Chairman Lalit Saraswat and take their expertise instead of going abroad to get ideas;
AnswerThe Department has been enjoying with various stakeholders from time to time including CII as and when required.   Further, Government has constituted State Level Marketing and Promotion Committee [SLMPC] consisting of State Tourism Stakeholders who have the expertise and having vast experience in the field and all such promotional activities are undertaken on the recommendations of the SLMPC. Goa Tourism participates at various international tourism related events for promotion of Goa worldwide;
d)Whether the Department has any proposal to beautify the Panaji Church;
AnswerNothing of present;
e)The number of ancestral homes in Panaji that have availed facilities to maintain heritage culture, specify;
AnswerNil;
f) Whether the Government has taken cognizance of the need to meter speedily implement fixing of taxi meters;
AnswerInstallation of Digital Fare Meter with automated tracking device has been started w.e.f. 21/05/2021.
g) Whether Rs.99.35 crore is sanctioned for tourism projects at Dona Paula under Swadesh Darshan Scheme; the name of the agency that is undertaking the work; furnish details of 13.71 crores spent for parking facilities, renovation of jetty, pergolas, kiosk, give the details of the amount separately; and 
Answer

Ministry of Tourism has sanctioned Rs. 9935.41 lakh under Swadesh Darshan—II for the projects of Rua -de- Ourem creek- Dona Paula - Colva - Benaulim and also for Tourist Information Centre, Permanent toilets and mobile toilets, CCTV, WIFI, Signages at various places in South Goa. The Dona Paula project has been awarded to M/s Spectrum Infrastructure for total cost of Rs. 13,71,51,042.51 for the components as follows:

  1. Promenade + viewing gallery, gazebos and hawkers zone
  2. Landscaping
  3. Parking zone development
  4. Illumination
  5. Tourist Information Centre
h)Whether many villas / flats have been given to tourists to stay for several weeks and months; whether those are registered with the Department and the quantum of income the Department is earning and the measures the Department will take to monitor these? 
Answer

The Department of Tourism registers villas / flats providing accommodation to the tourists based on the licence / NCs obtained from the concerned authorities under the Goa Registration of Tourist Trade Act, 1982 on payment of prescribed fees and the same are renewed annually. 

The Surveillance Monitoring Inspection Team of the Department conducts inspection frequently to identify unauthorised / unregistered villas / flats and take action in accordance with the provisions of the Goa Registration of Tourist Trade Act 1982.

pdfAnnexureA.pdf

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Shri. Manohar Ajgaonkar

Tourism

005A - SCHEMES AND BENEFICIARIES UNDER RDA

*WILL the Minister for Rural Development be pleased to state: 

(a) the total number of works undertaken under GGSY in  North and South with the total cost; 
(b) the list of beneficiaries under the following schemes for the last 5 years; 
i) IAY; 
ii) NFBS; 
iii) NOAPS; 
iv) PMGSY; 
(c) the names of the Panchayats that have been allocated funds for MGNREGA with amount of fund allocated; 
(d) the reason the State has not availed  much benefit from the Central Schemes like Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme(MGNREGS), Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana - National Rural Livelihoods Mission (DAY-NRLM), Deen Dayal Upadyay - Gramin Kaushalya Yojana  (DDU-GKY),  Pradhan  Mantri Awaas Yojana - Gramin (PMAY-G), Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY),  Shyama  Prasad  Mukherjee National Urban Mission and National Social Assistance Programme (NSAP); 
(e) the efforts made by the  Department regarding National Rural Livelihoods Mission with details; and 
(f) whether the State Government has given the rank of a full-fledged Department to the Rural Development Agency(RDA) by naming it as Department of Rural Development; if so, the details of benefits obtained due to full fledged Department? 
 

Answer:

Answer is attached.

pdfSt005A.pdf

Fifteenth Session 2021

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Shri. Michael Lobo

Rural Development