Goa Legislative Assembly

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Shri. Subhash Phal Dessai

Cabinet Minister

Shri. Subhash Phal Dessai

Constituency No/Name: 39 - Sanguem

Bharatiya Janata Party

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Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012

19 Mar 2012 to 14 Mar 2017

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Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
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Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
Cabinet Minister
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Bill No 41 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Ferries (Amendment) Bill, 2022

21 Jul 2022

River Navigation

River Navigation Department

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PRIVATE MEMBERS RESOLUTIONS

SHRI SUBASH ALIAS RAJAN NAIK, MLA moved the following:

“This House unanimously resolves to overcome the hardships suffered by the residents of Cuncolim, the office of Assistant Engineer (Electricity), Div. IV, be opened in the vacant premises at Maddicotto, Cuncolim, belonging to the Department of Water Resources.”         

SHRI SUBHASH ALIAS RAJAN NAIK,MLA spoke on the Resolution.

SHRI MILIND NAIK,Minister for Power replied to the points raised by the mover.

The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House

Second Session 2012

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Shri. Milind Naik

PRIVATE MEMBERS RESOLUTIONS

(5) SHRI SUBASH PHAL DESSAI, MLA moved the following:

“This House unanimously resolves to settle the long pending issue of rehabilitation of the affected additional families on account of construction of “Selaulim Dam” by conducting a fresh scrutiny on the claims submitted.”

The following Members spoke.

  1. Shri Subhash Phal Dessai,MLA.
  2. Shri Manohar Parrikar, Chief Minister.
  3. Shri Vijai Sardesai,MLA.
  4. Shri Ganesh Gaonkar,MLA.

 

SHRI DAYANAND MANDREKAR, Minister Water Resources replied to the points raised by the mover.

The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Second Session 2012

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Shri. Dayanand Mandrekar

CALLING ATTENTION

SHRI SUBHASH PHALDESAI, MLA called the attention of Hon.
Minister for Public Works to the following:

 “Fear and apprehension in the minds of the people of Sanguem due to the
collapse of the culvert bridge over Selaulim dam canal near Paikdev temple
and the fall of a tipper in water canal. The other two foot bridges i.e. one
foot bridge over Selaulim river at Paikev temple, Temchiwada in Sanguem
and other at Nondurlem, Sanguem are also in a dilapidated condition which
may cause danger to the life of public. Measures Government will take to
solve this issue”.
              
 
SHRI RAMAKRISHNA DHAVALIKAR, Minister for PWD made a
statement in regard thereto.

SHRI SUBHASH PHALDESSAI, MLA sought clarification.

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Shri. Ramkrishna Alias Sudin Dhavalikar

CALLING ATTENTION

SHRI SUBHASH PHAL DESSAI, MLA called the attention of the Minister for Public Works Department to the following:

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the people of Sanguem Constituency that the new Government project of JICA water supply will draw additional water to the extent of 110 MLD to supply the same i.e. 24 X 7 and 365 days to whole of South Goa. However, due to huge drawal of water the water resources currently used to irrigate farm products will be dried up leading to serious consequences to the farmers from Bhati, Vaddem and Netravalim and as also drinking water pipeline has not been laid or proposed to lay to whole of Sanguem Constituency. Steps the Government plans to take in the matter”.

SHRI RAMAKRISHNA DHAVALIKAR, Minister for Public Works Department madea statement in regard thereto.

                   The following Members sought clarifications.

                   1. Shri Subhash Phal Desai, MLA.

                 ( Shri Rajendra Arlekar, Speaker in Chair at 1 05 PM)

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

Ninth Session 2015

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Shri. Ramkrishna Alias Sudin Dhavalikar

Calling Attention

“Fear and anxiety in the
minds of students from
Nitya Sevaniketan an
orphanage from Rivona
admitted in Our Lady of
Fatima High School, Rivona
in Sanguem as the parents
and the locals of the village
are protesting and agitating
with a demand to remove
the above students as they
are suspected HIV/AIDS
positive. Steps the
Government has taken to
educate the people and
bring awareness movement
on HIV+ve AIDS so that
the HIV+ve AIDS students
enjoy the right to have
education in the
mainstream with normal
students and no
discrimination be allowed
and stigmatize.”

Seventh Session 2014

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Shri. Laxmikant Parsekar

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CALLING ATTENTION

SHRI SUBHASH PHALDESAI, MLA called the attention of the Minister for Co-operation to the following:

“Fear and apprehension in the minds of Shareholders of The Goa State Coop.Bank Ltd for sudden declaration of Election programme in daily newspaper dated 18-07-2012 by Returning Officer of the Goa State Corporation Bank by violating Election rule specifically mention in the procedure for Conduct of Election under Rule 19(1) and (2) of the Multi-State Coop.Societies Rules,2002 and the action Government intend to take on the same for fare and free election.”

 

 

Reply to Calling Attention was postponed to 6/8/2012.

 

(House adjourned for lunch at 12 59 PM and resumed

its sitting at  2 30 P M.)

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POSTPONED CALLING ATTENTION

 SHRI SUBHASH PHALDESAI, MLA called the attention of the Minister for Co-operation to the following:

“Fear and apprehension in the minds of Shareholders of the Goa State Co-operation Bank Ltd for sudden declaration of Election programme in daily newspaper dated 18-07-2012 by returning officer of The Goa State Corporation Bank by violating Election rule specifically mention in the procedure for conduct of Election under rule 19(1) and (2) of the multi-state Co-operation societies rules, 2002 and the action Government intend to take on the same for fare and free Election.”

In the absence of SHRI DEEPAK DHAVLIKAR Minister for Co-operation, SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR, Chief Ministermade a statement in regard thereto.

The following Member sought clarifications.

1. Shri Subhash Phal Desai, MLA; and

2. Shri Rohan Khaunte,MLA.

 

Second Session 2012

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Shri. Pandurang Alias Deepak Dhavalikar

CONGRATULATORY MOTION

SHRI SUBHASH PHALDESSAI, MLA moved the following:

“This House Congratulates Shri Manohar Parrikar, the former Chief Minister of Goa on his induction in the Union Cabinet as Defence Minister”.

The following Members spoke on the Motion:-

  1. Shri Subash Phal Dessai, MLA………………….………...2 35 PM
  2. Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA……………………………………2 44 PM
  3. Shri Sidharth Kuncolienkar, MLA………………………….2 45 PM
  4. Shri Rohan Khaunte, MLA………………………………….2 47 PM
  5. Shri Vijai Sardesai, MLA…………………………………….2 49 PM
  6. Shri Micheal Lobo, MLA…………………………………….2 57 PM
  7. Smt. Alina Saldanha, Minister for Forest………….….….3 02 PM
  8. Shri Vishnu S. Naik Wagh, MLA……………………..…….3 03 PM
  9. Shri Mahadev Naik, Minister for Industries………..…...3 08 PM
  10. Dr.   Pramod Sawant, MLA………………………………….3 17 PM
  11. Shri Digambar Kamat, MLA………………………………...3 19 PM
  12. Shri Francisco X. Pacheco, Minister for RDA………........3 20 PM
  13. Shri Anant Shet, Dy. Speaker………………………..……..3 24 PM
  14. Shri Ramakrishna Dhavalikar, Minister for Transport...3 29 PM
  15. Shri Pratapsingh R. Rane, Leader of Opposition….....….3 30 PM
  16. Shri Naresh Sawal, MLA……………………………………..3 37 PM
  17. Shri  Subhash Naik, MLA……………………………………3 42 PM
  18. Shri Caetano Silva, MLA………………………………..……3 45 PM
  19. Shri Lavoo Mamledar, MLA………………………………..3 49 PM
  20. Shri Kiran Kandolkar, MLA…………………………………3 53 PM
  21. Shri Ramesh Tawadkar, Minister for Sports & Youth Affairs…………………………………………………………..3 58 PM

     (the House adjourned at4 03 PM for tea and resumed its sitting at 4.30 P.M)

  1. Shri Mauvin Godinho, MLA…………………………………4 30 PM
  2. Shri Dilip Parulekar, Minister for Tourism………………4 40 PM
  3. Shri  Laxmikant Parsekar, Chief Minister, ……….…..…..4 45 PM
  4. Shri Rajendra Arlekar, Speaker………………………….....4 52 PM

 

 

                 The Motion was adopted unanimously

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CONGRATULATORY MOTION

“This House congratulates cricketer Shikha Pandey for playing her first test match against England and thus making Goa proud for winning the test match for India by her excellent performance of taking 3 wickets in the test and scoring 28 not out in the Second Inning.”

The following Members spoke on the Motion:

1. Shri Subhas Phal Desai, MLA……………………………12 33 PM

2. Shri Ramakrishna Dhavalikar, Minister for PWD.. ..................………………………………………………......12 35 PM

3. Shri Ramesh Tawadkar,Minister for Sports & Youth Affairs…………………………………………………..….. 12 37 PM

4. Shri Rajendra Arlekar, Speaker………………………..12 39PM

 

 

The Motion was adopted unanimously.

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CONGRATULATORY MOTION

“This House congratulates the All Goa Tchukball Association under the Chairmanship of Shri Ganesh C.Gaonkar, Hon’ble Member of Goa Assembly for their superb performance of Goa Sub-Junior Women & Mens team participated in VI Sub –Junior National Championship, played at Jalandar in Punjab between 4th October to 13th October, 2013.Thus bringing laurels to the State.”

The following Members spoke:-

1. Shri Subhas Phal Dessai, MLA…………………………….2 58 PM

2. Shri Chandrakant Kavlekar, MLA………………………...2 59 PM

3. Shri  Ganesh Gaonkar, MLA………………………………3 01 PM

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

5. Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA…………………………………..3 04 PM

6. Shri Lavoo Mamledar, MLA………………………………3 05 PM

7. Shri Mahadev Naik, Miniser for Social Welfare………….3 07 PM

8. Shri Ramesh Tawadkar, Minister for Sports…………..3 09 PM

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

The Motion was adopted unanimously.

Fifth Session 2013

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ZERO HOUR MENTION

SHRI SUBHASH PHALDESSAI, MLA made a mention about the “fear
in the minds of residents of Labour colony of Vikasnagar Sanguem that their
houses located in WRD land for last 35 years may be demolished.”

Thirteenth Session 2016

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ZERO HOUR MENTION

SHRI  SUBHASH PHALDESSAI, MLA made a mention about
incidents of fire to sugarcane cultivation thereby causing heavy losses to the
farmers and the Government to frame an Insurance Scheme.

SHRI RAMESH TAWADKAR, Minister for Agriculture replied to the
Mention.

Eleventh Session 2016

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Shri. Ramesh Tawadkar

ZERO HOUR

1) SHRI SUBHASH PHAL DESSAI, MLA made a mention about

 

 

 

 

 

SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR, ChiefMinister replied to the Mention.

 

Second Session 2012

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ZERO HOUR

 SHRI SUBHASH PHAL DESSAI, MLA made a mention about the street lights currently maintained by the respective Panchayats and Municipalities should be undertaken by the Electricity Department.

SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR, ChiefMinister replied to  the  Mention.

Second Session 2012

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Shri. Manohar Parrikar

ZERO HOUR

 SHRI SUBHASH PHAL DESSAI, MLA made a    mention about the fear and anxiety in the minds of the parents of the students availing Bal Rath transport facility since met with an accident at Paddi, Barcem.

SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR, ChiefMinister replied to the Mention.

Second Session 2012

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Shri. Manohar Parrikar

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

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Shri. Ramesh Tawadkar

Sports

Directorate of Sports & Youth Affairs

017A - PROVIDING INFRASTRUCTURE BUILDING AND STAFF AT VARIOUS RURAL MEDICAL CENTRES IN SANGUEM CONSTITUENCY


17A. *WILL the Minister for Health be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Government has any proposal for construction of RMD building construction at RMD Rivona in Sanguem;
(b) whether the Government is aware that there is no nurse, no peon, no pharmacist and no compounder at RMD Netravallim in Sanguem during the last four years;
(c) whether the Government is aware about the worst condition of RMD at Vaddem in Sanguem, if so, details thereof;
(d) the details of staff deployed at RMD Vaddem as on date;
(e) whether the Government is aware that each of these RMDs are situated 20 to 30 kms away from the nearest PHC Sanguem;
(f) whether the Government has neglected the health facilities in such remote areas where there are no private medical practitioners; and
(g) whether Government will act to provide necessary staff and infrastructure in all RMDs in Sanguem, if so, the details thereof?

Answer:

SUB.: “PROVIDING INFRASTRUCTURE BUILDING AND STAFF AT VARIOUS RURAL MEDICAL CENTRES IN SANGUEM CONSTITUENCY”

Starred LAQ No. 017A, tabled by Shri. Subhash Phal Dessai, MLA to be answered on 12/08/2016.

QUESTION

ANSWER

WILL the Minister for Health be pleased to state :

By Shri Francis D’Souza,

Minister for Health

(a)

whether the Government has any proposal for construction of RMD building construction at RMD Rivona in Sanguem;

Sir, Yes.

(b)

whether the Government is aware that there is no nurse, no peon, no pharmacist and no compounder at RMD Netravallim in Sanguem during last four years;

No post of Staff Nurse is sanctioned to RMD, Netravallim.

The post of Peon has been filled in 2015.

The Post of Pharmacist and Compounder is one and the same, which has been lapsed. However as a stop gap arrangement, one Pharmacist from PHC, Navelim is deployed.

(c)

whether the Government is aware about the worst condition of RMD at Vaddem in Sanguem, if so, details thereof;

RMD, Vaddem is functioning in Panchayat Building.

No posts have been created for the RMD, Vaddem. However one Medical Officer is deployed as stop gap arrangement

(d)

the details of staff deployed at RMD Vaddem as on date;

One Medical Officer is deployed at RMD Vaddem

(e)

whether the Government is aware that each of these RMDs are situated 20 to 30 kms away from the nearest PHC Sanguem;

Yes.

(f)

whether the Government has neglected the health facilities in such remote areas where there are no private medical practitioners; and

No.

(g)

whether Government will act to provide necessary staff and infrastructure in all RMDs in Sanguem, if so, the details thereof?

The necessary staff will be appointed at RMD Vaddem, no sooner the posts are created.

Revival of post of Pharmacist at RMD Neturlim has not been agreed to.

However, stopgap arrangement has been made by deploying a Medical Officer at RMD Vaddem and a Pharmacist at RMD Neturlim.

RMD Vaddem is located at Salaulim Irrigation Project premises and RMD Neturlim is in Government Premises.

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pdfStarred LAQ No. 017A.pdf

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Shri. Francisco D’souza

Public Health

Public Health Department

017B - RABBIT REARING SCHEME


17B. *WILL the Minister for Animal Husbandry be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Government has anytime replaced the low yielding milching animals under the new Kamdhenu Scheme;
(b) if so, the list of farmers with addresses of farmers whose animals are replaced during the last 2 years till date;
(c) whether the Government has introduced any Rabbit Rearing scheme, if so, the details of list of farmers; and
(d) if not, whether the Government has any plans to introduce such scheme ?

Answer:

SUB: - RABBIT REARING SCHEME

Starred Question No. 17B tabled by Shri Subhash Phal Dessai, MLA to be answered on 12/08/2016

QUESTION

ANSWER

Will the Minister of Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services be pleased to state;

By Shri Ramesh Tawadkar Hon’ble Minister for Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services.

  1. Whether the Government has anytime replaced the low yielding milching animals under the new Kamdhenu Scheme;

No; Sir, However Clause 19 under Scheme is formulated to help beneficiaries in this case.

  1. If so, the list of the Farmers with addresses of farmers whose animals are replaced during the last two years till date;

Not applicable.

  1. Whether the Government has introduced any Rabbit Rearing scheme, if so, the details of list of farmers; and

No.

  1. If not, whether the Government has any plans to introduce such scheme?

Not yet planned.

pdfStr LAQ 17B - Rabbit Rearing Scheme.pdf

Thirteenth Session 2016

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Shri. Ramesh Tawadkar

Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services

Directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services

087 - TOTAL EXPENDITURE MADE BY TRIBAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT

WILL the Minister for Tribal Welfare be pleased to state:

(a) the total expenditure carried out by the Tribal Welfare Department; and
(b) furnish details along with budget allocation under various budget heads during the last 2 years till date?

Answer:

Answer attached

pdf87.pdf

Thirteenth Session 2016

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Shri. Ramesh Tawadkar

Tribal Welfare

Directorate of Tribal Welfare

011 - PROPOSED UNDERGROUND CABLING AND AERIAL BUNCH CABLING IN SANGUEM CONSTITUENCY

11. *WILL the Minister for Power be pleased to state:

(a) the list of proposals along with estimated amount as regards to underground cabling and aerial bunch cabling in Sanguem Constituency;
(b) whether the Government has any plans to replace LED focus on street light so as to provide along life uninterrupted illumination on road side; and
(c) the details of Constituency wise expenses incurred on underground cabling as on 30th June 2016?

Thirteenth Session 2016

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Shri. Milind Naik

Power

Electricity Department