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Resolutions Raised by Shri. Michael Lobo

Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012 (Post-Statehood)

CALLING ATTENTION (Calling Attention)

Session :Eleventh Session 2016 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Concerned Member :Shri. Dilip Parulekar

S/Shri Michael Lobo, Naresh Sawal and Vijai Sardesai, MLAs called
the attention of the Minister for Tourism to the following:

“Fear & apprehension in the minds of the people of Goa due to the failure
of the Government to resolve the issue of labour unrest relating to Drishti
Life Saving Pvt. Ltd. & the Department of Tourism and consequent
implications to Goa’s image as a safe beach tourist destination and the
alternate arrangements made by the contractor of Drishti Life Saving Pvt.
Ltd. for employing people from neighbouring States replacing Goan life
saving guards. Steps the Government has taken to resolve the issue of the
son of soil”.


SHRI DILIP PARULEKAR Minister for Tourism made a statement in
regard thereto.

The following Members sought clarification:
 
1. Shri Michael Lobo, MLA.
2. Shri Vijai Sardesai, MLA.
3. Shri Aleixo R. Lourenco, MLA

CALLING ATTENTION (Calling Attention)

Session :Ninth Session 2015 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 2

Concerned Member :Shri. Francisco D’souza

SHRI MICHAEL V. LOBO, MLA called the attention of theMinister for Town & Country Planning to the following:

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the people of Baga-Arpora due to the illegal hill cutting and land filling to construct an illegal road through the private property of the Jesuits community, thereby posing serious danger to the historic Xavier Retreat House. The incessant and heavy rains could lead to its collapse if the Government authorities don’t put things in right direction at the earliest and the steps the Government intends to take to avoid disaster and any un-towards incident.”

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

The following Members sought clarifications.

1. Shri Michael Lobo, MLA.

2. Shri Aleixo R. Lourenco, MLA.

3. Shri Caetano Silva, MLA.

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

5. Shri Digambar Kamat, MLA.

                (House adjourned for lunch at 1 01 PM and resumed its sitting at 2 30 PM)

Calling Attention (Calling Attention)

Session :Seventh Session 2014 | Sitting :

“ Fear and anxiety in the minds of the people, specially educated unemployed
youth of Goa, that foreign nationals who are in Goa on Tourist Visa carrying
different types of business such as restaurants, private shacks, tourist guides, tour
operators etc., thereby depriving our local Goan youth who are unemployed and
who wants to start their own business. Action the Government intends to take for
permanent closure of foreigners, illegally carrying business in Goa.”

Calling Attention (Calling Attention)

Session :Seventh Session 2014 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -11

“Fear and apprehension in the minds of the people of Calangute due to
lack of action from law enforcement agency due to the present system
that tacitly allow prostitution activities under the guise of Government
approved massage parlour/Spa and Ayurvedic treatment centres. Steps
Government intends to take to solve the issue by bringing in legislation to
amend the present license issuing system ”.

Calling Attention (Calling Attention)

Session :Sixth Session 2014 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -3

Concerned Member :Shri. Manohar Parrikar

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the people, specially educated unemployed youth of Goa, that foreign nationals who are in Goa on tourist Visa carrying  different types of  business such as restaurants, private shacks, tourist guides, tour operators etc., thereby  depriving our local Goan youth who are unemployed and who wants to start their own business. Action the Government intends to take for permanent closure of foreigners, illegally carrying business in Goa.”

Reply to Calling Attention was postponed to the next session.

Calling Attention (Calling Attention)

Session :Fifth Session 2013 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -2

SHRI MICHAEL LOBO AND DR. PRAMOD SAWANT, MLAs called the attention of the Chief Minister to the following:

“Fear and apprehension in the minds of the people of Goa for having banned the extraction of sand and other mineral such as bricks, stones including laterite stones etc. as a result the business of construction as well as repairs to the houses/buildings by the people have been drastically affected and the steps the Govt. has taken or intends to take to remedy the situation.”

The Reply to Calling Attention was postponed to 15/10/2013.

Calling Attention (Calling Attention)

Session :Fourth Session 2013 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -14

Concerned Member :Shri. Dilip Parulekar

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of people of Calangute in particular and Goa in general over the Tourism Departments reported move to permit ‘Play Boy Cafe’ to one Mr.Agnelo Fernandes in Candolim and the steps Government intends to take in the matter .”

          The reply to the Calling Attention was postponed to 15/4/2013.


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