Goa Legislative Assembly

गोवा विधानसभा

Shri. Nilesh Cabral

Cabinet Minister

Shri. Nilesh Cabral

Constituency No/Name: 37 - Curchorem

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House No.2281/A, Flat No. TF-3,‘Ramalayam’ Building, Guardian Angel Church Road, Bepquegal, Curchorem-Goa, Pin: 403706

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Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017

16 Mar 2017 to 12 Mar 2022

Curchorem

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Bharatiya Janata Party

Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012

19 Mar 2012 to 14 Mar 2017

Curchorem

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Bharatiya Janata Party
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
Cabinet Minister
(Since 28 Mar 2022)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
Cabinet Minister
(22 Mar 2019 to 12 Mar 2022)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Public Accounts Committee
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
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Committee on Privileges
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
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Panel of Presiding Officers
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
CHAIRMAN
Budget Committee
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Committee On Government Assurances
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
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Public Accounts Committee
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Committee on Privileges
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
CHAIRMAN
Committee On Petitions
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Select Committee on The Goa Commission for Minorities Bill,2012
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
CHAIRMAN
Select Committee on the Goa Staff Selection Commission Bill, 2016
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Select Committee on the Goa School Education (Amendment) Bill, 2014

Bill No 11 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Change of Name and Surname (Amendment) Bill, 2022

19 Jul 2022

Law and Judiciary

Department of Law

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Bill No 10 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Registration (Goa Amendment) Bill, 2022 

19 Jul 2022

Law & Judiciary

Department of Law

pdfBill As Introduced 75.23 KBpdfBill As Passed 458.20 KB

Bill No 12 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Succession, Special Notaries and Inventory Proceedings (Amendment) Bill, 2022

19 Jul 2022

Law & Judiciary

Department of Law

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Bill No 7 of 2022 (Government Bill)

The Goa Provision of Water Supply (Amendment) Bill, 2022.

18 Jul 2022

19 Jul 2022

Public Works

Public Works Department

pdfBill As Introduced 56.78 KBpdfBill As Passed 49.23 KB

Bill No 48 of 2021 (Government Bill)

The Goa Public Lighting Duty Bill, 2021

29 Jul 2021

30 Jul 2021

08 Sep 2021

Power

pdfBill As Introduced 1.43 MBpdfBill As Passed 1.43 MB

Private Member Resolution

This House urges the Central Government in its wisdom to take all such necessary steps, including appropriate Legislative measures, to ameliorate the social and economic chaos which has befallen the State of Goa and its economy, due to the complete closure of Mining operations in the State. The Legislative measures are needed to harmonise mining law specifically enacted for  Mining Concessions in Goa with the amendment of 2015 to the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 by the Central Government so as to ensure that under the federal spirit, Goa is on an even keel with the rest of the Country keeping in mind its uniqueness.

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

The Resolution was passed unanimously.

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PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTION

This House strongly recommends the Government to implement meters in all the Taxis in Goa forthwith, and also to come out with strong legislations, to enforce the taxi permit conditions, so that the tourists, as well as the locals are not over charged, as Goa is getting a bad name on account of high handedness of certain taxi operators. 

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

The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

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CALLING ATTENTION

S/SHRI ALEIXO R. LOURENCO AND NILESH CABRAL, MLA’sto call the attention of the Health Minister to the following:

Fear and apprehension in the minds of Goans regarding the fish which is brought to be sold from outside the boundaries of Goa is laced with Formalin. Action the Government has taken to ensure that fish  being the staple diet of Goa’s local population which has to be free from this carcinogenic substance”.

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CALLING ATTENTION

Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA called the attention and sought clarifications of the Chief Minister (Finance) to the following:

 

“Fear and apprehension in the minds of the people of Goa regarding financial stability of the State Government in view of the reported excessive borrowing of the State for development of Rs.10,000/- crores with gross borrowing of Rs.13,000/- crores. This result is per capita loan of Rs. 90,000/-. The Steps Government intends to take in the matter.”

 

SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR, Chief Minister made a statement in regard thereto.

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Calling Attention

“Fear and apprehension in the minds of the people of Goa regarding financial stability of the State Government. In view of the reported excessive borrowing of the State for development for Rs. 10,000/- crores with gross borrowing of Rs. 13,000/- crores. This result is per capita loan of Rs. 90,000/-. The steps Government intends to take in the matter”.

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CALLING ATTENTION

SHRI NILESH CABRAL, MLA  called the attention of Minister for
Power to the following:
“Fear,  anxiety  and  great  deal  of  uncertainty  felt  by  Goans  due to the
news of formation of Power Corporation after disbanding Goa Electricity
Department, Presently budgetary supports are provided by the Government
of Goa to run Electricity Department smoothly and that has kept the tariff
under control and also salaries of employees are protected but if it is
reversed then definitely tariff will be at par with other States which is very
high for common Goan and who knows to minimize losses of Corporation
we may have to face load shading. Steps the Government plans to take in
the matter”.
 
SHRI MILIND NAIK, Minister for Power made a statement in regard
thereto.

The following Members sought clarification:

2 48 PM

1. Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA.
2. Shri Rohan Khaunte, MLA
3.  Shri Rajendra Arlekar, Minister for Forest.
4.  Dr. Pramod Sawant, MLA.
5.  Shri Subhash Phal Dessai, MLA.
6.  Shri Sidharth Kuncalienkar, MLA.
7.  Shri Digambar Kamat, MLA.
8.  Shri Laxmikant Parsekar, Chief Minister.

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Calling Attention

“Apprehension and anxiety in the minds of people of Goa regarding news article appearing in various  newspapers  dated   25-3-2013  that   the   Hon’ble Ex-Justice of Supreme Court Shri Santosh Hegde equating nefarious gangster Dawood Ibrahim to the mining industries in Goa causing deep feeling of resentment and justice due to careless statement from such a responsible person and action the Government intends to take in this regard.”

 SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR, Chief Minister made a statement in regard thereto.

The following Members sought clarifications.

 

  1. Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA.
  2. 2.     Shri Manohar Parrikar, Chief Minister.
  3. Dr. Pramod Sawant, MLA.
  4. 4.     Shri Pratapsingh R. Rane, Leader of Opposition.

 

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CONGRATULATORY MOTION

Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA moved the following:

“This House congratulates Mrs. Hema Sardessai a Goan singing sensation for being selected by Tony Mercedes to sing for Prestigious Hollywood Music Albums in U.S.A., thus bringing name and fame to the State of Goa on the International Singing field.”

 

The following Members spoke on the Motion:-

 

  1. Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA                                                              …….   3 13 PM
  2. Shri Glenn Ticlo Souza, MLA                                                     …….   3 17 PM
  3.  Shri Mauvin Godinho, Minister for Panchayats                 …….   3 18 PM
  4.  Shri Manohar Parrikar, Chief Minister                                 …….   3 21 PM
  5. Shri Michael Lobo, Deputy Speaker                                       …….   3 22 PM

 

The Motion was adopted unanimously.

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CONGRATULATORY MOTION

Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLAmoved the following:

“This House congratulates Shri Sandesh Sonu Naik resident of Ribandar who have awarded “The outstanding Achiever of the Year Award” the top lion award from CITY & GUILDS, London and is the first Asian who win the lion award from CITY and GUILDS, London also was chosen for the award from over 20 lakhs students worldwide.”

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CONGRATULATORY MOTION

SHRI NILESH CABRAL, MLA moved the following:

 

“This House congratulates Master Anurag Mhamal for becoming First Goan Grandmaster in the International Chess Games thus bringing pride and glory to Goa.”

 

The following Members spoke on the Motions:-

 

  1. Shri Chandrakant Kavalekar, Leader of Opposition..   12 36 PM
  2. Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA                                              ……    12 43 PM
  3. Shri Digambar Kamat, MLA                                        ……    12 43 PM
  4. Shri Pravin Zantye, MLA                                             ……    12 45 PM
  5. Shri Antonio Fernandes, MLA                                    ……    12 47 PM
  6. Shri Prasad Gaonkar, MLA                                          ……    12 50 PM
  7. Shri Churchill Alemao, MLA                                       ……    12 51 PM
  8. Shri Glenn Souza Ticlo, MLA                                      ……    12 52 PM
  9. Shri Manohar Azgaonkar, Minister for Sports    ……    12 53 PM

10. Dr. Pramod Sawant, Speaker                         ……    12 59 PM

 

 

The Motions were adopted unanimously.

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CONGRATULATORY MOTION

Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA moved the following:

 

“This House congratulates Suvet Satish Lotlikar for winning an individual Gold in Bench Press event by lifting 60kgs and also in the composite event bench press 60kg, squat 70 kgs and dead lift 77.25 kgs also for Gold in his weight group of 74-83 kgs in Power Lifting Championship held for Special Olympics Bharat at Kolhapur from 9th to 14th July, 2017 and who was an only Goan participant in this event.”

 

The following Members spoke on the Motion:-

 

  1. Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA                                            ……    3 19 PM
  2. Shri Carlos Almeida, MLA                                        ……    3 22 PM
  3. Shri Deepak Pauskar, MLA                                       ……    3 23 PM
  4. Shri Glenn Souza Ticlo, MLA                                   ……    3 24 PM
  5. Smt. Alina Saldanha, MLA                                        ……    3 25 PM
  6. Shri Prasad Gaonkar, MLA                                       ……    3 27 PM
  7. Shri Chandrakant Kavalekar, Leader of Opposition..3 28 PM
  8. Shri Manohar Azgaonkar, Minister for Sports……     3 29 PM
  9. Dr. Pramod Sawant, Speaker                                  ……    3 32 PM

 

The Motion was adopted unanimously.

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CONDOLATORY MOTION

SHRI NILESH CABRAL, MLA moved the following:
“This House condoles the death of Fr. Peter Rodrigues, Superior of Agnel Ashram,Verna,Goa who founded most of the Institutions in the Verna Educational Hub this includes PCCE Engineering College and Catering College, Innovation Centre and also founded the newly Commissioned Engineering college of Assagao.more than 7000 students are benefited by this noble caused founded by him annually. In his death Goa has lost a Educationalist who has founded and conveys the deep sympathies to his Institute who had been able Administrator.”
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The following Members spoke on the Condolatory Motions:
1. Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA…………………………………12 40 PM
2. Shri Aleixo R. Lourenco, MLA…………………………..12 41 PM
3. Shri Francisco M. Pacheco, MLA………………………...12 41PM
4. Shri Digambar Kamat, MLA………………………..........12 44PM
5. Shri Mauvin Godinho, MLA………………………..........12 45 PM
6. Shri Pratapsingh R. Rane, Leader of Opposition….....12 47 PM
7. Shri Ramkrishna Dhavalikar, Minister for PWD…….12 49 PM
8. Shri Manohar Parrikar, Chief Minister………….......12 53 PM

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ZERO HOUR MENTION

Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA made a mention about the following:

       (a)Difficulties faced while playing Cricket on the SAG ground located at Curchorem due to flooding in rainy season; and

       (b)New Gym is used by more than 100 women and are unable to use the Gym facilities because the Gym does not have enough capacity to facilitate them.

 

SHRI MANOHAR AZGAONKAR, Minister for Sports replied to the mention.

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Shri. Manohar Ajgaonkar

ZERO HOUR MENTION

Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA made a mention about the work of railway over bridge not being commenced at the level crossing located in between Dodiyal and Baag Village of Assolda Panchayat, which is known as Railway LC 17.

 SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR, Chief Minister replied to the mention.

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ZERO HOUR MENTION

Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA made a mention about the excavation of roads carried out by various Departments as well as private entities and to the reckless attitude, the trenches not leveled become death traps for motor cycle riders, cyclists and other motor vehicles in general.    

 

  SHRI RAMAKRISHNA DHAVALIKAR, Minister for PWD replied to the Mention.

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ZERO HOUR MENTION

SHRI NILESH CABRAL, MLA made a mention about fear in the
minds of cricket lovers regarding the scam of Rs. 3.13 crores brought to the
notice of the Government and no action has been taken by the Government
to debar personalities indicated in the Pendse Commission report and the
Government to take over the Committee.

The following Members spoke:

1. Shri Nilesh Cabral, MLA
2. Shri Pratapsingh R. Rane, Leader of Opposition
3. Shri Michael Lobo, MLA

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ZERO HOUR MENTION

SHRI NILESH CABRAL, MLA made a mention about the allegation
made by Shri Munnalal Halwai against IG Shri Sunil Garg over the
involvement of bribery case.   

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002A - ROAD SAFETY MEASURES

2A. *WILL the Minister for Transport be pleased to state:

(a) whether the State has received any directions from the Supreme Court on Road Safety; if so, the details thereof;
(b) the total number of checking reports issued by Traffic Police and RTO for the last 3 years with Officer-wise details of the number of checking reports compounded, number of non-compounded checking reports, number of cases referred to Courts for recovering dues;
(c) the provision of Law under which the Supreme Court Committee on Road Safety has been setup and whether their directions are binding on the State Government; and
(d) the details such as the of number of challans issued for violation of speed limit from 1.4.2017 till date, name of violator, place of incident, date of incident, name of Officer issuing the challan along with notification for speed limit issued in that area, notification for erection of sign boards in that area, whether sign board are physically present and number of licences recommended for suspension due to violation of speed limit , and RTO wise details of the number of licenses suspended as on date?

Answer:

Starred LAQ No. 002A tabled by Shri Nilesh Cabral , MLA,

Road Safety Measures

QUESTION

ANSWER

2A. *WILL the Minister for Transport be pleased to state:

By Shri Ramkrishna Dhavalikar

Hon’ble Minister for Transport

(a)whether the State has received any directions from the Supreme Court on Road Safety; if so , the details thereof;

Yes Sir. The State has received directions from the Supreme Court on Road Safety. Copies are enclosed at Annexure -A

(b)the total number of checking reports issued by Traffic Police and RTO for the last 3 years with Officer- wise details of the number of checking reports, compounded, no. of non compounded checking reports, no. of cases referred to Courts for recovering dues.

Sir,

The details regarding the number of checking reports issued by Traffic Police for the last 3 years is enclosed at Annexure –B

The details regarding the number of checking reports issued by RTO for the last 3 years is enclosed at Annexure –C

(c) the provision of Law under which the Supreme Court Committee on Road Safety has been set up and whether their directions are binding on the State Government; and

Sir, constitution of the Supreme Court Committee is as per Order of the Hon’ble Supreme Court dated 22/04/2014 in Writ Petition (Civil) No. 295 of 2012 (Dr S Rajasekaran vs UOI & Others) (Copy enclosed) and by virtue of above order the said committee is mandated with the following points.

  1. To measure and monitor on behalf of the Supreme Court the implementation of various laws relating to road safety in the States and Central Ministries.
  2. To identify the need for further legislation or changes in the existing laws.

Yes Sir. The directions namely Implementations on the committees directions dated 18/08/2015 and 17/11/2015, 3rd Party Insurance of Vehicles and Fitment of Speed Limiting Devices (SLD) in the Transport Vehicles are being forwarded to Supreme Court Committee on Road Safety on quarterly basis.

(d) the details such as the number of challans issued for violation of speed limit from 1.4.2017 till date, name of violator, place of incident, date of incident, name of Officer issuing the challans along with notification for speed limit issued in that area, notification for errection of sign boards in that area, whether sign board are physically present and number of licenses recommended for suspension due to violation speed limit, and RTO wise details of the number of licenses suspended as on date?

Sir, the details such as the number of challans issued for violation of speed limit from 1.4.2017 till date, name of violator, place of incident, date of incident, name of Officer issuing the challans along with notification for speed limit issued in that area is enclosed at Annexure D.

Speed Limit Restrictions are enforced only at places which are notified and where adequate number of Speed Limit Signboards are erected. Copy of Speed Limit Notifications are enclosed at Annexure – E.

The licenses recommended for suspension for violating Speed Limit Restrictions from 01/04/2017 till 30/06/2018 is 3540 and RTO wise details of licenses suspended is enclosed at Annexure- F

pdfSTARRED-LAQ-002A-ANNEXURE-F.pdf

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Transport

Directorate of Transport

002B - QUANTITY OF REFUSED DEFUSED FUEL SOLD

2B. *WILL the Minister for Science and Technology be pleased to state:

(a) the month-wise details of the quantity of Refused Defused Fuel sent to various cement companies by the Government since 1.1.2015 along with names and addresses of the cement companies;
(b) the year-wise and Company-wise details of the total amount the Government has paid to various cement companies for taking the RDF; whether the amount includes transportation of RDF to various cement Companies yearwise or whether the cost of transportation is additional;
(c) if so, the year-wise details of the cost of transportation of RDF to the various Cement Companies;
(d) whether Bio-Ethynol Gas is produced at Saligao Garbage disposal plant;
(e) if so, the average quantity produced per month and the name of the buyer of this gas; and
(f) the revenue earned till date by the Corporation from the sale of this gas along with the rate charged per unit?

Answer:

answer and annexure I & II attached

pdfstarred-LAQ-No-002B.pdf

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Science and Technology and Waste Management

Department of Science and Technology and Waste Management

002C - FIR REGISTERED BY THE ANTI-CORRUPTION BUREAU ON THE BASIS OF A COMPLAINT

2C. *WILL the Minister for Vigilance be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Government is aware of an FIR filed by the Anti-Corruption Bureau on the basis of a complaint by the Director of Animal Husbandry against any Goa Civil Service Officer and others for fraud/violations in recruitment procedures at the Directorate of Animal Husbandry between 1.1.2011 and 31.12.2015;
(b) if so, the details such as name of Officer against whom the said FIR was lodged, current designation, section of IPC and other sections invoked while filing FIR;
(c) the nature of the fraud /offence committed by the said Officer with copy of complaint and FIR;
(d) whether the said Officer was placed under suspension and if so, date of his suspension and the date on which he was reinstated;
(e) the status of the investigation with details such as the name and designation of the Investigating Officer;
(f) the reasons for the Investigations not being completed ;
(g) whether the said Officer was arrested in this case; and
(h) the time frame by which the said investigation will be completed?

Answer:

a) whether the Government is aware of an FIR filed by the Anti-Corruption Bureau on the basis of a complaint by the Director of Animal Husbandry against any Goa Civil Service Officer and others for fraud/violations in recruitment procedures at the Directorate of Animal Husbandry between 1.1.2011 and 31.12.2015;

Ans:-Yes, Sir


(b) if so, the details such as name of Officer against whom the said FIR was lodged, current designation, section of IPC and other sections invoked while filing FIR;

Ans:-1. Shri Siddhivinayak Naik, the then Director of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services presently holding a post of Chief Officer, Margao Municipal Council.

2. Smt. Irene V. Sequeira, the then Dy. Director of Directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services presently holding post of Secretary, Goa State Information Commission.

3. Ernest V. D’Costa, the then Dy. Director of Directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services, (Retired).

4. Shri Janu Gaude, the then Head Clerk of Directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services (Retired).

U/sec 13(2) r/w 13(1)(d) of PC Act of Sec 120B IPC.


(c) the nature of the fraud /offence committed by the said Officer with copy of complaint and FIR;

Ans:-Committed Serious illegalities/ irregularities in the selection process for the post of Field Assistant and Attendant Dresser.

Copy of the FIR alongwith the complaint is enclosed as Annexure-I.


(d) whether the said Officer was placed under suspension and if so, date of his suspension and the date on which he was reinstated;

Ans:-Yes, Sir,Shri Siddhivinayak Naik, the then Director of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services was placed under suspension vide Office Order No. 15/1/2012-VIG/206 dated 31/01/2012. He was re-instated in service vide Office Order No. 15/1/2012-VIG/1501 dated 25/07/2012.


(e) the status of the investigation with details such as the name and designation of the Investigating Officer;

Ans:-The case is presently under investigation and the same is investigated by Shri Gurudas Kadam, PI, ACB


(f) the reasons for the Investigations not being completed ;

Ans:-The investigation of this case was entrusted to PI, Rajan Nigalye who got transferred on 10/11/2017, post which case was thereafter entrusted to PI, Gurudas Kadam on 17/04/2018.
(g) whether the said Officer was arrested in this case; and

Ans:-No, Sir


(h) the time frame by which the said investigation will be completed?

Ans:-The criminal cases, registered under U/sec 13(2) r/w 13(1) (d) of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 are punishable with imprisonment for more than three years, as such they are governed by the limitation stipulated in section 468 of the code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC). Thus there being no specific stipulated time frame to complete such investigations. However efforts are being made to complete the investigation in the above case at the earliest to bring it to its logical conclusion.

pdfStarredLAQ2C.pdf

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Vigilance

Directorate of Vigilance

066 - PERMITS TO CARS TO PLY AS TAXIS

SHRI NILESH CABRAL
PERMITS TO CARS TO PLY AS TAXIS
66. WILL the Minister for Transport be pleased to state:

(a) the total number permits issued to cars to ply as taxis till date in the State and number of them having valid permits as on date;
(b) the details of the owners along with the number of such taxi cars;
(c) the number of drivers having valid badges to drive such vehicles issued by Directorate of Transport; and
(d) the number of two wheelers and four wheelers rented out to Tourists for self-driving and registered with the Directorate of Transport?

Answer:

UNSTARRED LAQ NO.066 TABLED BY SHRI NILESH CABRAL, MLA TO BE ANSWERED ON 03/8/2018.

PERMITS TO CARS TO PLY AS TAXIS

QUESTION

ANSWER

*WILL the Minister for Transport be pleased to state:

By Shri Ramkrishna Dhavalikar

Hon. Minister for Transport.

(a) the total number permits issued to cars to ply as taxis till date in the State and number of them having valid permits as on date;

Sir. 8956 Permits are issued to cars to ply as taxis till date in the State and are valid permits as on date.

(b) the details of the owners along with the number of such taxi cars;

Sir. As per Annexure ‘A’

(c) the number of drivers having valid badges to drive such vehicles issued by Directorate of Transport; and

Sir. 28542 drivers having valid badges to drive such vehicles issued by Directorate of Transport.

(d) the number of two wheelers and four wheelers rented out to Tourists for self driving and registered with the Directorate of Transport?

Sir. 10832 Two wheelers and 358 four wheelers rented out to Tourists for self driving and registered with the Directorate of Transport.

pdfUNSTARRED-LAQ-066-ANNEXURE-A.pdf

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Transport

Directorate of Transport

067 - CASES AGAINST PWD OFFICIALS/CONTRACTORS

SHRI NILESH CABRAL
CASES AGAINST PWD OFFICIALS/CONTRACTORS
67. WILL the Minister for Home be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Government is investigating any case against PWD Officials or higher ups or contractors for faulty or fraudulent tender procedures during the last 3 years;
(b) if so, the details of the person against whom the investigation is on;
(c) the details of the nature of fraud or faulty procedures adopted that warrant an investigation; and
(d) the present status of the investigation and whether any FIR of cases have been lodged against the accused in the above said investigation ?

Answer:

Sir,

Please refer to the attached reply....

pdfReply-to-Unstarred-LAQ-No-67.pdf

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