Goa Legislative Assembly

गोवा विधानसभा

Shri. Aleixo Lourenco

Shri. Aleixo Lourenco

Constituency No/Name: 29 - Curtorim

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House No. 800, Batora, Curtorim, Salcette, Goa, Pin: 403709

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Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017

16 Mar 2017 to 20 Dec 2021

Curtorim

Indian National Congress

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Indian National Congress

The resignation tendered by SHRI ALEXIO REGINALDO LOURENCO Member elected from 29-Curtorim Constituency from his seat in the House on 20th December, 2021.Refer Bulletin Part II No 284 for more details

Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012

7 Mar 2012 to 14 Mar 2017

Curtorim

Indian National Congress

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Indian National Congress

Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007

7 Jun 2007 to 8 Mar 2012

Curtorim

Indian National Congress

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*ORIGINALLY ELECTED FROM SAVE GOA FRONT

Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
CHAIRMAN
Committee on Goverment Assurances (Since 31 May 2022)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Panel of Presiding Members
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Budget Committee (Since 31 May 2022)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Commitee on Privileges (Since 09 Sep 2022)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Committee on Privileges (21 Dec 2020 to 20 Dec 2021)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Budget Committee (21 Dec 2020 to 20 Dec 2021)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Select Committee on The Goa Requisition And Acquisition Of Property Bill, 2017
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Library Committee
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Committee On Petitions
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Committee on Delegated Legislation
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Estimates Committee (21 Dec 2020 to 20 Dec 2021)
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Committee On Petitions
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Select Commmitee on The Goa Succession, Special Notaries and Inventory Proceeding Bill,2012
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Committee on Privileges
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Select Committee on the Goa Panchayat Raj (Amendment) Bill, 2009
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
CHAIRMAN
Estimates Committee
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Committee on Privileges
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Committee on Delegated Legislation
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Committe on Petitions
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Committee on Public Undertakings

Bill No. 2 of 2009 (Government Bill)

THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS (GOA AMENDMENT) BILL, 2009

06 Feb 2009

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Leprosarium property in the Curtorim village

This House recommends the Government to use the Leprosarium property in the Curtorim village  to establish a well-designed cultural centre, library, mini museum  in the name of Padma Bhushan Dr Jose Pereira to be built and managed by the Directorate of Art & Culture to boost cultural, literary and Indological  research activities in areas such as ethnomusicology, art, sculptures, architecture, sociolinguistics, folklore like  Mando, Dekhni of Goa and make Curtorim, Salcete  a well-known place for scholars, artists and international visitors

Second Session 2022

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Home

Department of Home

PrIvate Member Resolution

“This House strongly recommends the Government to request the National Green Tribunal (NGT) to establish a Circuit Bench in Panaji, for the benefit/convenience of environmentalist, litigants, lawyers, Government officials and the public at large in the State.”

 The following Members spoke on the Resolution.

 1. Shri Aleixo R. Lourenco, MLA

2. Shri Churchill Alemao, MLA

 SHRI NILESH CABRAL, Minister for Environment replied to the points raised by the Mover.

 The Resolution was put to vote and negatived

Tenth Session 2019

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 11

Shri. Nilesh Cabral

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTION

This House unanimously resolves the Government that the new foundation stone laid for Panchayat Ghar area (plot) in front of Church near Rachol ferry at Rachol has facilities like daycare for Senior Citizens, resource room for Special Children and other facilities like Convention Hall under Tribal Schemes as the majority of population comprises of ST people.”

SHRI GOVIND GAUDE, Minister for Tribal Welfare replied to the points raised by the Mover.

The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Third Session 2017

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -4

Shri. Govind Gaude

Private Member Resolution

This House unanimously resolves to name the College of Architecture in memory of late Charles Correia as Charles Correia College of Architecture.”

SHRI ALEIXO R. LOURENCO, 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.

Tenth Session 2015

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 10

Shri. Laxmikant Parsekar

Private Member Resolution

“This House resolves to study in brief the various Acts through public opinion by forming a Committee and to bring forth Amendments to the Agricultural Tenancy Act in order to protect the tenancy of the people of Goa and original Goans as presently it is being   misused to such an extent that purpose of the Act is being defeated.” 

SHRI ALEIXO R. LOURENCO, MLA spoke on the Resolution.

S/SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR, Chief Minister and FRANCIS D’SOUZA, DY. CHIEF MINISTER replied to the points raised by the Mover.

The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Sixth Session 2014

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Calling Attention

Fear & anxiety in the minds of the public at large regarding the Mhadei Water Dispute which have remained unresolved till date. The lethargic approach of the Government in dealing with the matter and attempts by Karnataka to divert the water inspite of the matter being subjudice has caused damage to Ecology of Goa. People have apprehensions on the intention of the Government to protect the interest of the State. The steps Government intends to take in the matter

Thirteenth Session 2021

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 3

Shri. Filipe Rodrigues

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Calling Attention

Fear and Anxiety in the minds of the shareholders and depositors of the various cooperative credit societies of the State over alleged recent scam of Rs. 39 crores reported in the Visionaries Urban Cooperative Credit Society Limited

Thirteenth Session 2021

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Shri. Govind Gaude

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Legalise production of Cannabis

Shri Digambar Kamat, Shri Vijai Sardessai, Shri Ravi S. Naik, Shri Rohan A, Khaunte, Shri Prasad Gaonkar, Shri Luizinho Faleiro, Shri Jayesh Salgonkar; Shri Ramkrishna Dhavalikar, Shri Aleixo Lourenco, Shri Vinod Palyekar. Fear and Anxiety in the minds of the public at large regarding the attempts by the Government to legalise production of Cannabis in the State of Goa, which is being used as Narcotic Drug and banned under Narcotic Substance Law.  The decision of the Government will convert Goa into a Drug Destination

Thirteenth Session 2021

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Calling Attention

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the people of Goa due to cases reported of the dreaded Novel Corona Virus.  Steps  the Government will take to screen for the virus and prevention of its outbreak among the people of Goa”.

Eleventh Session 2020

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Shri. Vishwajit Rane

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Calling Attention

Apprehension and anxiety in the minds of the shareholders and depositors of various Co-operative Credit Societies and in particular of the Visionary Urban Co-operative Society Ltd. Over the alleged Rs. 39 crores fraud. The action proposed to be taken against the Directors, Auditors by the Registrar of Co-operative Societies, who failed to detect the same in time. The action of the Government to prevent such scam in future and to recover the amount by attachment of properties by the Government.

Eleventh Session 2020

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Shri. Govind Gaude

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CONGRATULATORY MOTION

“This House Congratulates Goa’s eminent artist, Subodh Kerkar for being invited to show his sculptures and installations in one of the major contemporary museums of the world, Kunstmuseum, Bochum, Germany for a period of 6 months .This is the highest honor achieved by any contemporary artist from Goa in recent times on the international art scene.”

 

The following Members spoke on the Motion:

 

  1. Shri Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco, MLA  …………… 12 43 PM
  2. Shri Michael Lobo, MLA ……………………….         12 44 PM
  3. 3.      Shri Pratapsingh R. Rane, Leader of Opposition …           12 46 PM
  4. Shri Rohan Khaunte, MLA ……………………….…  12 49 PM
  5. Shri Vishwajit Rane, MLA ………………………..…  12 51 PM
  6. Shri Mauvin Godinho, MLA ……………………..…  12 54 PM
  7. Shri Digambar Kamat, MLA …………………..……  12 56 PM
  8. Shri Vishnu Surya Naik, MLA ………………..…….  12 57 PM
  9. 9.      Shri Dayanand Mandrekar, Minister for Art & Culture.. 01 01 PM

10. Shri Rajendra Arlekar, Speaker ………………….…..           01 04 PM

 

The Motion was adopted unanimously.

Seventh Session 2014

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CONDOLATORY MOTION

SHRI ALEIXO REGINALDO LOURENCO, MLA was not present in the House; the following Condolatory Motion was not moved.

“This House deeply condoles the sad demise of late Reverend Canon  Fr. Antimo Gomes, a dedicated Priest, Educationist who was instrumental in setting up Diocesan Society of Education in Goa. He was also the receipt of National and State level awards for education including the Goa Golden Jubilee Award.”

Fourth Session 2013

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CONGRATULATORY MOTION

“This House congratulate three Goans namely Puja Krishna Resham, Aviraj Anil Kalangutkar and Velancia Fernandes for winning three medals including one gold and two silvers in the floor hockey of the 2013 special Olympics world winter games which were held at Pyeong Chang, South Korea recently.”

               The following Members spoke:       

  1. Shri  Aleixo R. Lourenco, MLA………………..12 45 PM
  2. Shri Ramesh Tawadkar, Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs..…….12 48 PM

Shri Rajendra Arlekar, Speaker……………...12 52 PM

         

The Motion was adopted unanimously.

 

Fourth Session 2013

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CONGRATULATORY MOTION

SHRI ALEIXO REGINALDO LOURENCO, MLA moved the following:

“This House congratulates Shri Jose Philip D’Souza, for being elected as the Party President of the N.C.P. Party, the Party being a coalition of the ruling Congress Party.”

The following members spoke:

1. Shri Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco ……………………………….    3 17 PM

2. Shri Nilkant Halankar, Minister for Tourism ………………...    3 18 PM

3. Shri Ramkrishna Dhavalikar, Minister for Transport ……….    3 19 PM

4. Shri Filip Nery Rodrigues, Minister for Water Resources …..    3 20 PM

5. Shri Aliexo Sequeira, Minister for Power ……………………..    3 21 PM

6. Shri Damodar Naik ……………………………………………...    3 22 PM

7. Shri Manohar Azgaonkar, Minister for Sports ……………….    3 24 PM

8. Shri Digambar Kamat, Chief Minister …………………………   3 27 PM

9. Shri Pratapsingh Rane, Speaker ………………………………….   3 28 PM

 

The motion was adopted unanimously.

 

Eleventh Session 2010

Shri. Jose D'souza

CONGRATULATORY MOTION

SHRI ALEIXO REGINALDO LOURENCO, MLA moved the following:

“This House congratulates Justice Ferdino Rebello for having elevated the post of Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court being a Goan and an Ex-MLA of this August House.”

The following Members spoke:

1. Shri Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco ……………………. ……….   12 46 PM

2. Shri Joaquim Alemao, Minister for Urban Development …..   12 47 PM

3. Shri Francis D’Souza …………………………………………...   12 48 PM

4. Smt. Victoria Fernandes ……………………………………….    12 50 PM

5. Shri Aleixo Sequeira, Minister for Power …………………….  12 53 PM

6. Shri Mahadev Naik ……………………………………………..  12 55 PM

7. Shri Mauvin Godinho, Deputy Speaker ……………………...  12 57 PM

8. Shri Digambar Kamat, Chief Minister ………………………..  1 01 PM

9. Shri Pratapsingh Rane, Speaker ………………………………. 1 03 PM

Eleventh Session 2010

Goan Postman

There is fear and anxiety in the mind of postman who are working on contract basis in Goa for more than 16 years. It is being given to understand that new postman are being recruited by the Central Government and will be deployed in Goa soon. If new postman come, the existing ones fear of losing their jobs after putting such long period of service. I request our State Government to take the issue as a priority with the central government to protect the livelihood of the  Goan postman who are working currently on contractual basis. In the month of February 2021, I had brought this issue to the kind attention of our Chief Minister Dr Pramod Sawant  to request  Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad Ji the then Hon’ble Union  Minister for Electronics & Information Technology to    look into the  aforesaid matter and the services of the postmen / GPS  should not be terminated as they have put on long years of service for the Department of Posts  These Goan Postmen have crossed their age limit for finding a new job and if they are retrenched from their present job  their families including their school going children  will be put in great hardship.

Second Session 2022

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -10

Finance

Department of Finance

South Goa District Library in Navelim lies in a Dilapidated State

ZERO HOUR MENTION 
South Goa District Library in Navelim lies in a Dilapidated State

Fear and anxiety in the  minds of  people that the 12 year old  South Goa  District Library at Navelim is lying in dilapidated State due to complete lack of maintenance work and repairs . The problems faced by  this library are numerous:- The  lights and fans are non functional , the computers and dysfunctional , the leakage from the dome continues every year during rains etc .  The steps  government intends to take in this regard to restore the  past glory of this South Goa District Library  which was once credited to  have brilliant facilities in the entire  State of Goa
                 

                                                                 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Second Session 2022

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Art & Culture

Directorate of Art and Culture

Three years Pension Deprived to the Most Senior Citizens

Fear and Apprehension in the minds of the  Most Senior Citizens Pensioners in the Age Group between 60 years to 85 years that they have been deprived of Pension by Government of Goa  for  three years . Importantly , approximately 50,000 families of these most senior citizens is dependent on this pension .
Based on recommendation of Seventh Pay Commission the Government of India  (GOI)  issued memorandums/ orders to regulate revised pays and pensions respectively for regular employees and pensioners. 

Goa government also issued its first order dated 1/8/2016 for pensioners with same benefits at par with those of GOI and applicable with effect from 1/1/2016 and allowing on interim bases a fitment factor of 2.57 to the pension drawn as on  31/12/2015. Based on this factors pensioners got their arrears from 1/1/16 and pension with multiplier of 2.57 continued. 

Subsequently Government of Goa issued second order dated 1/8/2019 giving guidelines to fix final revised pension by directorate of accounts with effect from 1/1/2016.

(Para four of the order)

However as per paragraph 15 and 16 of the same order  dated 1/8/2019 the revision of the pension will effect only from 1/1/2019 and disallowing the arrears from 1/1/2016_ to 31/12/2018

This is in total violation of the first order dated 01.08.2016.

The remedy for the same is deletion of paragraphs 15 and 16 from the order dated 01.08.2019
 

Second Session 2022

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -9

Finance

Department of Finance

STOPPAGE OF DIESEL SUBSIDY TO PRIVATE BUS OPERATORS

ZERO HOUR MENTION

STOPPAGE OF DIESEL SUBSIDY TO  PRIVATE BUS OPERATORS
 

Fear and Apprehension in the minds of the  Private Bus Operators of Goa that their diesel  subsidy or Rs 3 per km  which was stopped few years back  has  not been started  yet . Let us not forget that the private bus operators are facing hardship to run the fleet from the times of Covid19 PLUS  they have to give 50 per cent concession to all the students travelling in their buses . 
 

Even the then 03/02/2016  Government of Goa Directorate of Transport , Panaji Goa  reimbursement of 50%  of the Yearly Insurance  Premium paid by 41 Stage carriers buses/ Mini Bus  owners amounting to Rs 5,95.607/- ( Rupees Five Laksh ninety Five thousand Six hundred and seven Only)  which was paid for the financial year 2015-16 under the scheme “ The Goa State Public Transport Insurance Contribution Scheme ,2014” , the reimbursement  under the 2014 Scheme has not yet again been  paid.

The Action the Government will take to alleviate the anguish and hardships faced by Private Bus Operators on this count.

Second Session 2022

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Transport

Directorate of Transport

need of Rickshaw stand at Arlem.

Fear and Anxiety in the mind of Rickshaw drivers that they do not have a Proper and specific Rickshaw stand at Arlem.The action that the government intends to take in this regard by getting proper and specific Rickshaw stand at Arlem opposite Pepsi Factory.

Second Session 2022

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -6

Transport

Directorate of Transport

007A - PERMANENT SOLUTION TO SONSODDO GARBAGE DUMP

7A. *WILL the Minister for Waste Management be pleased to state:

(a) the details of comprehensive permanent solution as planned by Goa Waste Management Corporation ( GWMC) for Sonsoddo Garbage Dump; how many TPD bio- digesters plants are being set up and what will be their estimated cost;
(b) which department will finance the cost for the setting up of the bio-digester plants with the features of bio- digester plants; and the tones of piled up garbage at Sonsoddo garbage dump;
(c) what will be its estimate cost to cart it to the waste treatment plant; which departments will be responsible for carting the piled up garbage to the plant;
(d) furnish in details both short and long term solution as envisioned by GWMC for Sonsoddo garbage dump; the order to deal with the solid waste management effectively what will be respective role if GWMC on one hand that of Margoa Muncipality on the other; and
(e) the details of timeline which date the ongoing remediation of the legacy dump will get completed; and by when the legacy of the past, the sansoddo garbage dump will be finally resolved, the details the date like month and the year?
 

Answer:

Answer is attached.

pdfStarred-LAQ-No-007A.pdf

Second Session 2022

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Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

Waste Management

Waste Management

007B - SEWERAGE AND INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT CORRORATION WORKS IN CURTORIM CONSTITUTENCY

7B. *WILL the Minister for Public Works be pleased to state:

(a) the details of Sewerage works/ projects executed by the Sewerage and Infrastructure Development Corporation in Curtorim constituency;
(b) the date of each project executed;  
(c) whether payment of each bill is made, if not, reasons for delay; and
(d) the details of consumers who were given connections and how many were  pending?

 

Answer:

SUB: STARRED LAQ NO. 007B TABLED BY SHRI. ALEIXO LOURENCO, REGARDING “SEWERAGE AND INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT CORRORATION WORKS IN CURTORIM CONSTITUTENCY” 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) the details of Sewerage works/ projects executed by the Sewerage and Infrastructure Development Corporation in Curtorim constituency;

Sir,  

One work is taken up in Curtorim constituency and two other works have been taken up under savings of other works and details are enclosed as Annexure A

(b) the date of each project executed;  

Details are enclosed as Annexure A

(c) whether payment of each bill is made, if not, reasons for delay; and

Yes

(d) the details of consumers who were given connections and how many were  pending?

Details are enclosed as Annexure B.

 

pdfSt 7B Annexure A.pdf

Second Session 2022

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Shri. Nilesh Cabral

Public Works

Public Works Department

001 - PLAN APPROVED WESTERN BYPASS ROAD

 WILL the Minister for Public Works  be pleased to state: 

(a) the give details of work completed and work in progress of Western Bypass road; and 
(b) give copy of approved plan by NHAI of Western bypass road from Verna to Cuncolim? 
 

Answer:

SUB: UNSTARRED LAQ NO. 001 TABLED BY SHRI. ALEIXO LOURENCOREGARDING “PLAN APPROVED WESTERN BYPASS ROAD” 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) the give details of work completed and work in progress of Western Bypass road; and 

Sir,

  1. Work Completed 

Margao Western Bypass (MainWork)

Out of total 11.90 Kms. of project length, 8.87 Kms. has been completed and opened for traffic.The Physical progress of the main work excluding 2.75 Kms. (descoped length) is 100%.

 

  1. Work in Progress 

Margao Western Bypass (Balance Work)

The work in balance stretch of 2.75 Kms. is in progress. The structural designs of the proposed elevated structure in a length of 1.2 Kms. are almost final and shortly piling work will commence. The earthwork for building road embankment wherever required is underway

(b) give copy of approved plan by NHAI of Western bypass road from Verna to Cuncolim? 

Copies of approved plan being voluminous in nature,shall be placed on the table of the House, if directed by Hon’ble Speaker.

Second Session 2022

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Shri. Nilesh Cabral

Public Works

Public Works Department

002 - FARMERS BENEFITED UNDER VARIOUS SCHEMES

WILL the Minister for Agriculture be pleased to state: 

(a)  the category-wise details of the tractors/power tillers/harvesting machines and fencing given to farmers under various schemes from 1.4.2018 till date; 
(b) the details thereof village-wise , taluka-wise, Constituency-wise, address and scheme-wise; 
(c) the number of pending to be given under various schemes both under new and replacement scheme, the details such as name of beneficiary, village-wise, Constituency-wise/address/makes/scheme-wise; 
(d) the reasons for the pending applications for the tractors/power tillers/harvesting machines and other equipments the details such as name of beneficiary village-wise, Constituency-wise/address/make/scheme-wise? 
 

Answer:

Reply attached

pdfUnstarred LAQ 02.pdf

Second Session 2022

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Shri. Ravi Naik

Agriculture

Directorate of Agriculture

003 - WORKS UNDER SC/ST FUNDS

WILL the Minister for Public Works  be pleased to state: 

(a) the number of applications /Panchayat Resolutions received for the Construction of Footpath/Roads under SC/ST funds from 2019 for Curtorim, Navelim and Nuvem Constituency; and 
(b) furnish the details thereof Curtorim, Navelim and Nuvem with the status of each case stating the time frame for each case? 
 

Answer:

SUB: UNSTARRED LAQ NO. 003 TABLED BY SHRI. ALEIXO LOURENCOREGARDING “WORKS UNDER SC/ST FUNDS” 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) the number of applications /Panchayat Resolutions received for the Construction of Footpath/Roads under SC/ST funds from 2019 for Curtorim, Navelim and Nuvem Constituency; and 

 

 

Sir, 5 Nos.

 

 

(b) furnish the details thereof Curtorim, Navelim and Nuvem with the status of each case stating the time frame for each case? 

The Detail information  as per Annexure.

 

pdfUnst 3 Annexure.pdf

Second Session 2022

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Shri. Nilesh Cabral

Public Works

Public Works Department