Goa Legislative Assembly

गोवा विधानसभा

Shri. Yuri Alemao

Leader of Opposition

Shri. Yuri Alemao

Constituency No/Name: 34 - Cuncolim

Indian National Congress

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Date of Birth: 16th November 1984
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Permanent: H.No.11/118,Kegdicotto,Cuncolim,Salcete-Goa 403703
Present: H. No.150,Casa Alemao,Chadwaddo Varca,Salcete-Goa 403721

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Indian National Congress

Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
Leader of Opposition
(Since 30 Sep 2022)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
CHAIRMAN
Committee on Public Undertakings (Since 19 Jan 2023)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Rules Committee (Since 19 Jan 2023)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Estimates Committee (31 May 2022 to 18 Jan 2023)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Business Advisory Committee (Since 19 Jan 2023)

Inquiry Commission Fire Incidents in Mhadei

“This House strongly recommends the Government to immediately set up a High-Level Inquiry Commission under Retired High Court Judge with Experts from various fields as its members to investigate the cause of Fire Incidents in Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary, Eco Sensitive Zones, Hills and Forest Areas. "The High-Level Commission should be given the mandate to investigate the "Conspiracy Angle" as well as conduct a "Scientific Study" to find the cause of the devastating Fires in Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary, Eco Sensitive Zones, Hills and Forest Areas.”  

Fifth Session 2023

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -9

Forest

Stop the unjust customs

“This House strongly recommends the Government to take immediate steps to stop the unjust customs of widow discrimination, widow abuse and widow isolation in the State. A few Village Panchayats in Goa have taken resolutions against such outdated and inhuman customs and that widows be treated on par with married women. The steps the Government intends to take in co-ordination with Directorate of Panchayats, Municipal Administration, Goa State Women’s Commission and Goa Human Rights Commission to convene Gram Sabhas of Village Panchayats, organize awareness meetings in every city and meetings of various NGOs to express solidarity with widows and to boost their confidence against such obsolete and archaic practices prevailing in the community and recommends Government to contemplate bringing a law to stop such unjust practices.” 

Fourth Session 2023

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -4

The Chieftains of Cuncolim

This House unanimously and strongly recommends that the contents on "The Chieftains of Cuncolim” be introduced at the appropriate stage in the school and college curriculum consequent on the decision of the Government of Goa to celebrate 15th July 1583 (Cuncolim Revolt) as the National War Memorial Day. The  Gaonkar's of Cuncolim stood up to the colonial powers boycotting the colonial  decrees and registered their protests by not paying any revenue to the Government centuries before similar protests and boycotts got popularized as the “non- cooperation movement”. These deeds of courage, valiant struggle and sacrifices of Goan's and specially the people of Cuncolim should be learnt and taught as part of Goa’s political struggle against colonial powers strictly as historical facts without fanning xenophobia of any kind.

Second Session 2022

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Education

Directorate of Education

Reservations Scheduled Tribe Community

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of Scheduled Tribe Community due to lethargic approach of the Government to provide political reservations to Scheduled Tribes in Goa. The Government must take immediate steps to provide political reservation to Scheduled Tribes of Goa. It is observed that despite Goa having 12.5% Scheduled Tribes population, they are being deprived their Constitutional Right of Reservation of Seats in Goa Legislative Assembly. The steps the Government intends to undertake/has undertaken  in this regard and also to ensure that the Election Commission of India notifies Constituencies for Scheduled Tribes in Goa.”

Sixth Session 2024

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pdfMinisters Reply

Admission for Engineering Colleges in Goa

“Fear and anxiety in the mind of parents of candidates who aspire for taking admission for Engineering Colleges in Goa by answering the entrance test as government has abolished the GCET exam from 2023-24 and instead adopted JEE mains for granting admission for such programmes. The level of examination of JEE is not suitable for the type of curriculum that has been adopted by Goa Board and hence this step will result in rampant rise in coaching classes that charge exorbitantly. The steps the Government will take to ensure that poor students will not suffer and lose an opportunity to secure admission to local Engineering colleges”.

Fifth Session 2023

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -18

villagers of Bhoma and Corlim

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of Goans and villagers of BHOMA and CORLIM that their traditional  residential houses, Temples will be demolished, their tradition, culture and livelihood will be affected,  due to the land acquisition notice issued under section 3 (G) (3) of the National Highways Act, 1956 by the office of the special land acquisition officer CALA, PWD (Cell), Altinho Panaji Goa in the local newspaper on 05.08.2023, as the Competent Authority of Land Acquisition (CALA) is in the process of determination of amount payable as compensation to the owners/interested persons, Notice to all the interested person in such lands is issued to appear before the CALA, on or before 25.08.2023 to submit their claims. The steps the Government intends to take in this matter".

Fifth Session 2023

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -16

Public Works

Public Works Department

pdfMinisters Reply

Absence of a Nodal Agency

“ Fear, Anxiety and Anger among the Residents of Cuncolim due to Illegalities, Irregularities, Pollution & Encroachments by most of the Units in Cuncolim Industrial Estate which cause serious Health Hazards, Air & Water Pollution and Loss to the Government Treasury. There is absence of a Nodal Agency to coordinate with various Departments such as Department of Industries, Directorate of Fire Services, Department of Environment & Climate Change, Department of Finance, Inspectorate of Factories & Boilers, Department of Weights & Measures, Department of Labour & Employment as well as Department of Revenue and Department of Home as well as other Authorities, which has resulted in effectively controlling/stopping the Illegalities, Irregularities, Pollution & Encroachments in Cuncolim Industrial Estate. Government must act fast and take Corrective Steps immediately. The delay on part of the Government to act can result in Law & Order situation in Cuncolim”. the steps the Government intends to take in this regards.

Fourth Session 2023

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -4

pdfMinisters Reply

Playing amplified music beyond 10 00 PM

 "fear and anxiety in the minds of the people of Goa, especially those dependent on the Tourism, Music and Entertainment Industry, with regards to the negative impact on Goan Culture, Social Events, Religious festivals, weddings, family functions and Goan Tourism Industry as a result of the ban on playing amplified music beyond 10 00 PM”. The steps the Government will take in this matter”.

Third Session 2023

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Environment and Climate Change

Department of Environment and Climate Change

pdfMinisters Reply

Movement of Heavy Vehicles in Chandor Heritage Village

\"Fear and Anxiety in the Minds of Residents of Chandor Heritage Village due to Violation of Notification No. 37/149/2008/MAG/1709 dated 11/09/2008 issued by District Magistrate, South Goa, Margao. The movement of Heavy Vehicles at high speeds is endangering the lives of the People and also cause Damage to the Heritage Houses in Chandor and surrounding areas.. South Goa Collector should take Note of the situation and immediately issue Directions to all concerned Departments to enforce the Notification referred above effectively”.

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Revenue

Department of Revenue

Rising Prices of Vegetables

“Fear and  Anger in the minds of people due to the Rising prices of Vegetables and Essential Commodities. The Prices of  Tomato have touched Rs. 80 per kg, Potato and Onion Prices are at Rs. 50 per kg, Garlic is Rs. 400 per kg, Ginger is Rs. 225 per kg, which is now beyond affordable limits of the Goans who are already under Financial Burden due to rising Unemployment and collapse of Mining and Tourism Sector. The Prices are soaring due to shortage of supply from the neighbouring States due to disruption of Traffic on account of Landslides in Ghat Sections. Government should take immediate steps to bring Prices at affordable limits”.

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -4

Planning, Statistics and Evaluation

Directorate of Planning and Statistics and Evaluation

Non-operational Traffic Signals

“Anger among the Commuters due to constant failures of Traffic Signals at various Locations in the State of Goa. Most of the Signals installed at Traffic Junctions and busy Crossroads remain Non-functional during Peak Hours. The Replies provided to my Legislative Assembly Questions reveal that Department of Transport is not responsible for Maintenance & Upkeep of the Traffic Signals in Goa. Constant Failure of the Traffic Signals results in Massive Traffic Jams at various Junctions like the Junction below Atal Setu, Merces junction, Verna Industrial Estate Junction, Nuvem Junction, Porvorim Junction etc. Government needs to take immediate steps to bring the Control/Operations/Maintenance/Upkeep of all the Traffic Signals under Transport Department for better Performance of the Signals\".

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -3

Transport

Directorate of Transport

Flooding at Paroda

\"Fear and Anxiety in the minds of the people due to Flooding at Paroda during Monsoons. The Government has not taken any concrete steps to find a permanent solution to this problem. Last year, Government took up the road work by increasing the height of road in some places. Despite this, flooding happened this year too. Government needs to increase the height of the Paroda Bridge and also conduct a study through National Institute of Oceanography or any other Institute to find a permanent solution to this problem\"

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -2

Public Works

Public Works Department

Wholesale Fish Market at Fatorda

“Fear and Anxiety in the Minds of the Citizens regarding the Unhygienic Conditions in and around the Wholesale Fish market in Fatorda Constituency. There are Gutters overflowing, Fish Waste thrown in open areas causing serious Health Hazard to the Fish Vendors as well as People. There is no Mechanism to check the Quality of the Fish. The steps Government intends to take to provide Hygienic Fish to the Goans”. 

 

Sixth Session 2024

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Public Health

Public Works Department

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AMENDMENTS TO THE MOTION OF THANKS TO THE ADDRESS OF THE GOVERNOR

Session : Sixth Session 2024 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -2

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AMENDMENTS TO THE MOTION OF THANKS TO THE ADDRESS OF THE GOVERNOR

Session : Third Session 2023 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -2

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AMENDMENTS TO THE MOTION OF THANKS TO THE ADDRESS OF THE GOVERNOR

Session : Second Session 2022 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -1

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Cut Motion LIST NO 2

The following Cut Motions Demand No. 59 – Factories and Boilers, Demand No. 65 – Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services and Demand No. 66 – Fisheries have been received from the Members as shown below against the respective Demands, which are fixed for discussion on the 19th  July, 2024.

Session : Seventh Session 2024 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

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Cut Motion LIST NO 1

The following Cut Motions to Demand No. 47 - Goa Medical College,  Demand No.48 - Health Services, Demand No. 49 - Institute of Psychiatry and Human Behaviour,  Demand No.51 - Goa Dental College and Demand No. 53 - Food and Drugs Administration have been received from the Members as shown below against the respective Demands, which are fixed for discussion on the 18th July, 2024.

Session : Seventh Session 2024 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -4

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Cut Motion LIST NO 15

 The following Cut Motions to Demand No.1- Legislature Secretariat, Demand No. 3 – District & Sessions Court, North Goa, Demand No. 4 – District & Sessions Court, South Goa, Demand No. 5 – Prosecution, Demand No. 6- Election Office, Demand No. 10- Notary Services,  Demand No. 28 – Administrative Tribunal, Demand No. 63 – Rajya Sainik Board  and  Demand No. 73 – State Election Commission  have been received from the Members as shown below against the respective Demands, which are fixed for discussion on  the 10th August, 2023.

Session : Fifth Session 2023 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -18

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Cut Motion LIST NO 13

 The following Cut Motions to Demand No. 45 – Department of Archives, Demand No. 57 – Social Welfare, Demand No. 77 – River Navigation, Demand No. 87 – Department of Archaeology and Demand No. 89- Department of Empowerment of persons with disabilities have been received from the Members as shown below against the respective Demands, which are fixed for discussion on  the 8th August, 2023.

Session : Fifth Session 2023 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -16

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Cut Motion LIST NO 12

The following Cut Motions to Demand No. 76 – Electricity and Demand No. 86 – New and Renewable Energy have been received from the Members as shown below against the respective Demands, which are fixed for discussion on  the 7th August, 2023.

Session : Fifth Session 2023 | Sitting : BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -15

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001C - JOB RESERVATIONS FOR GOANS IN PRIVATE SECTOR

001C *WILL the Minister for Labour and Employment be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Government is contemplating to bring in any Law to make 80% Job Reservations for Goans in Private Sector; if so, furnish copies of all relevant File Notings and the Current Status of the same; if not, the reasons for not Reserving Jobs for Goans in Private Industries;
(b) furnish year-wise details in tabulated format of the number of Vacancies notified to the Employment Exchange by the Private Sector as per the Employment Exchange (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act, 1959 along with Reference Number and Date of each Vacancy notified, Current Status of the Vacancy, number of Persons employed as against the notified vacancies etc. from 2020 till date;
(c) furnish details of the Goan Youths employed in Private Sector in Goa from 2020 till date along with Name, Address, Age of the Person, Qualification, Designation, Monthly Salary Drawn and all other relevant details;
(d) furnish details of the Non-Goan persons employed in Private Sector in Goa from 2020 till date along with Name and Age of the Person, Original Residential Address, Current Residential Address, Qualification, Designation, Monthly Salary Drawn and all other relevant details; and
(e) furnish details of the Goan Youths who were given Employment Opportunities through the Mega Job Fair/Placement Drives and the Current Status of their Employment?
 

Answer:

Sir, please refer to attached reply.

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

Labour & Employment

Department of Labour

003B - DISASTER MANAGEMENT & RESCUE OPERATIONS

003B *Will the Minister for Revenue be pleased to state;

a) furnish Name, Age, Address, Qualification, Designation and exact Job Profile of the 8 Data Entry Operators working on Shift basis at State Emergency Operation Centre (SEOC) at Porvorim; 
b) furnish Name, Age, Address, Qualification, Designation and exact Job Profile of the Persons working at Two Districts and 12 Taluka Levels Control Rooms set up for Disaster Management in the State of Goa;
c) furnish details of the Incident Response System (IRS) at State and District Level notified by the Government along with copy of the Notification;
d) furnish details with Name, Age, Address, Qualification, Designation of the Aapda Mitra Volunteers and Aapda Sakhis Female Volunteers and details of the exact Training given to them by the Government to assist the responding Agencies during Emergency Situations and Details of the Incidents where the Aapda Mitra Volunteers and Aapda Sakhis Female Volunteers have participated in the Rescue & Relief Operations, furnish Details of each Person and each Incident Separately; and
e) furnish details with copies of all the Agendas, Minutes of Meetings and Inspection Reports conducted by the Committee constituted by the District Collectors for Joint Inspections and Identification of the Trees causing Danger to Human Lives and Property from 2022 till date?

Answer:

The reply to Starred LAQ No. 003B alongwith Annexures A, B, C, D and E is attached herewith:

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

Revenue

Department of Revenue

015A - GOA WASTE RECYCLING UNITS REGISTRATION POLICY 2023

015A *WILL the Minister for Waste Management be pleased to State:

(a) whether the Goa Waste Recycling Units Registration Policy 2023 is framed and notified; if so, provide a copy of the Notification; if not, furnish the timeline by which the said Policy will be framed and implemented;

(b) the current status of the identification of Vacant Land in the Industrial Estate required for the relocation of Scrapyards in Goa with copies of all communications between Goa Waste Management Corporation (GWMC), Goa Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) and Directorate of Industries in this regards; 

(c) the details in a tabulated format of various types of accidents/incidents which occurred in various Scrapyards in Goa from 2022 till date with serial number, name of the scrapyard, postal address of the scrapyard, loss/damage incurred by the scrapyard, loss/damage incurred to human and animals lives/environment/public property, reasons/ cause of accidents/incident, Methodology used to control/ manage/handle such accidents/incidents and all other relevant details;

(d) the details of the steps taken by Goa Waste Management Corporation after the same was notified as the Nodal Agency for the purpose of Relocation of Scrapyards in the State with details from the Date of its Notification as Nodal Agency till date; and

(e) the Revenue earned by the Government from various Scrapyard in Goa including those which are identified as Legal and Illegal by the Authorities in last 5 years with details of each year separately?

Answer:

Answer and Annexure I, II, III, IV and V attached

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

Waste Management

Waste Management

141 - AIR & WATER QUALITY MONITORING

Will the minister for Environment & Climate Change be pleased to state:

  1. the details of various categories of Industries in Goa such as Red, Orange, Green & White along with Name & Address of the Industry, Category, Date of Establishment, Details of activity of the Industry, Current Status of the industry such as Operational or Non-Operational and all other relevant details;
  2. the details of the Industries who have caused Air & Water Pollution endangering the Lives of the People in Goa from 2022 till date and the action taken by the Government on all such Industries. Give details of each case separately;
  3. the details of all the Industries, Commercial & Residential Establishments, Educational Institutions having Effluent Treatment Plant of 50 KLD & above & Sewage Treatment Plant of 100 KLD who have complied to the Directions issued by GSPCB to install online Water Quality Monitoring System by 30th June 2024;
  4. the details of all the Steel Plants, Red & Orange category Industries who have complied to the Directions issued by GSPCB to install Online Continuous Stack Emission Monitoring System (OCSEMS) & Continuous Air Ambient Monitoring Station (CAMS); and
  5. the details of the action initiated by GSPCB on all those Industries, Commercial & Residential Establishments, Educational Institutions who have not complied with the Directions issued by GSPCB?

Answer:

Reply and Annexure are attached.

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Shri. Aleixo Sequeira

Environment and Climate Change

Department of Environment and Climate Change

142 - FISH DEATHS IN VELSAO

Will the minister for Environment & Climate Change be pleased to state:

  1. the details of the Inspections carried out by Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB) of various Units including Paradeep Phosphates Limited at Zuarinagar along with the copies of the Inspection Reports from 2022 till date;
  2. the details of the Action taken by Paradeep Phosphates Limited subsequent to the Findings during the Inspections carried out by GSPCB along with the details of the Action taken by GSPCB subsequent to the Findings of the Inspections conducted from 2022 till date;
  3. whether the GSPCB conducted any study to examine the cause of large scale Fish Mortality reported in the Bay off Pale-Velsao and the Poie Rivulet at Dando-Mollo in May 2024? Give copy of the Study Report;
  4. whether the GSPCB has fixed any responsibilities and taken Action against any Individual/Company pertaining to Fish Mortality. furnish all relevant details; and
  5. why the Storage of Urea and Fertilizers stored in the Courtyard which eventually washed into Velsao Bay and Rivulet was not identified by the Inspection Team of GSPCB? 

Answer:

Reply and Annexure\'s are attached.

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Shri. Aleixo Sequeira

Environment and Climate Change

Department of Environment and Climate Change