Goa Legislative Assembly

गोवा विधानसभा

Smt. Deviya Rane

Smt. Deviya Rane

Constituency No/Name: 18 - Poriem

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Bharatiya Janata Party
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Date of Birth: 25th April 1973
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Permanent: H.No.41,Deulwada,Vithalapur,Karapur,Sanquelim,North-Goa. Pin Code:- 403505
Present: Kamat Kinara,Building No.25,4Th Floor,Miramar Caranzalem Goa 403002.

Election Details

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Bharatiya Janata Party

Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Budget Committee (31 May 2022 to 18 Jan 2023)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Committee on Delegated Legislation (31 May 2022 to 18 Jan 2023)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
CHAIRMAN
Committee on Delegated Legislation (Since 19 Jan 2023)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Committee on Goverment Assurances (Since 31 May 2022)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
House Committee To Study Issues Related To River Mhadei

Flooding/inundation, landslides and water logging

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the people of the State, that due to incessant rains, flooding/inundation, landslides and water logging, has been witnessed in several parts of the State and also due to the incessant rains and the heavy flow of the Valvanti River on the NH 748 AA road at Tulshimala, several trees have been uprooted and embankments along the roadsides have also been washed away. The steps the Government has taken in the matter.”

Seventh Session 2024

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pdfMinisters Reply

Increasing instances of attempt to kidnapping

Fear and Anxiety in the minds of Parents of school going children regarding increasing instances of attempt to kidnapping of children, trespassing in school premises by Anti-social elements etc. The Steps the Government intends to undertake in this regard to provide surveillance in school premises and on isolated tracks of roads and to identify and punish the culprits expeditiously "

Sixth Session 2024

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Education

pdfMinisters Reply

Cracks Developed on bridge over Kalti river in Sattari Taluka

“fear and anxiety in the minds of the people regarding the bridge over Kalti river in Sattari Taluka. The bridge is over 55 years old and has developed several cracks. Heavy vehicles from Karnataka use the bridge. There is a urgent need for structural audit and estimates for construction of new bridge alongwith repairs to approach roads and urgent repairs to current bridge has to be carried out to prevent untoward accidents. The steps the Government has taken in this regard”.

Fifth Session 2023

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Public Works

Public Works Department

pdfMinisters Reply

Crop damage by wild animals

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the farmers in Sattari due to huge losses suffered due to crop damage by wild animals more then 5000 farmers are registered Krishi Card holders. Wild animal feed on coconuts arecanuts, cashewnuts and mangoes. The Agriculture Department under reports cases of damage due to monkeys, bison’s and other wild animals further farmers are allowed only a year to claim under Shetkari Adhar Nidhi Scheme. As such the Government may increase the compensation offered, allow multiple claims in a year so that they are adequately compensated. The steps of the Government to provide adequate and timely relief”.

Fifth Session 2023

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pdfMinisters Reply

Fair price shop owners

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the fair price shop owners, on the sustainability of their operations due to high input costs such as labour, rent, godown charges, transportation and the situation being further aggravated by  delay in payments by the State Government to the fair price shop owners especially in view of the Schemes under the National Food Security Act and directions to the State Government to fix a margin amount payable in advance to the fair price shop owners and the steps taken in this regards.

Fourth Session 2023

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Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs

Department of Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs

pdfMinisters Reply

Sudden stoppage of payment of Travel Allowance (T.A.) and Dearness Allowance (D.A.) Meter Readers in Electricity Department

Zero Hour mention for 10/02/2024 under “Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business of the Goa Legislative Assembly”

I would like to make a zero-hour mention on the following subject: 

Sudden stoppage of payment of Travel Allowance (T.A.) and Dearness Allowance (D.A.) Meter Readers in Electricity Department 

As per SR-71 of FRSR part-II of the Central Government, Travel Allowance is applicable if a Government servant is travelling beyond 8 km to a temporary workplace from the normal place of duty.

Regrettably, some bills of meter readers under electricity department submitted for reimbursement were returned by the Directorate of Accounts seeking clarifications with observation i.e. “provision under which T.A and D. A. claim when duty of meter reader is within their purview”. 

It is understood that Chief Electrical Engineer is seeking clarity from Finance Department on the admissibility of T.A and D. A. to meter readers in the Electricity Department and the reply is awaited. 

The impact of non-payment of T.A. and D.A. to metre readers has resulted in reduced job satisfaction and has put a financial strain on them. Due to increased fuel prices, they are spending a substantial portion out of their salary to travel to perform their duty. 

I request the Hon’ble Minister for Power to kindly intervene and resolve the issue of non-payment of T.A and D. A. and make interim arrangements for an office vehicle to be provided to the meter readers to travel to perform their duty until the issue is resolved. 

Sixth Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -6

Power

Electricity Department

Crop damage by red-faced monkeys and wild animals in Sattari taluka

Zero Hour mention for 10/02/2024 under “Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business of the Goa Legislative Assembly”

I would like to make a zero-hour mention on the following subject: 

Crop damage by red-faced monkeys and wild animals in Sattari taluka 

As per records of the Department of Agriculture, a total cover of 14, 595.22 hectares in Sattari is utilised for farming and more than 5,000 farmers are Krishi card holders. The farmers of Sattari depend solely on farming for their livelihood.

I had raised the issue of crop damage by wild animals in the last assembly session and I am thankful to the Hon’ble Minister for Agriculture for amending the Clause under Shetkari Adhar Nidhi, so that the affected farmers are able to claim compensation multiple times a year. I request the Hon Minister to kindly ensure funds are allocated so that the compensation claims can be honoured on time.

The farmers are happy with the amendment to the Clause; however, the farmers have made a request to prepare a comprehensive plan that will protect the crop from wild animals and safeguard them against huge financial losses.

Mhadei Varta of 07/02/2024 has reported (show article) that in the village of Keri, Sattari, the red-faced monkeys attacked humans and destroyed coconut plantations. If the destruction to the plantation is not stopped, it will result in scarcity of coconuts in the market and impact the costing thereby making it unaffordable for the people. 

Monkeys and giant squirrels are a menace, as they feed on coconuts throughout the year and destroy crops by sipping juice from tender arecanuts. Wild boars and porcupines are damaging the soil (rhizospheres) of young coconut and arecanut saplings. Farmers also suffer loss of fruiting trees viz. cashewnut, mango etc. caused by the hardy horns of bisons and deers. 

I reiterate the need for awareness to be created amongst farmers in Sattari by the Dept of Agriculture regarding the various schemes that has been introduced for the benefits of the farmers and ensure the schemes are implemented in Sattari Taluka.

I have received feedback from a few farmers that the Electronic Ultrasonic Repeller for monkeys is not very effective and they have requested to investigate the reason for the repeller not giving the desired results 

I request the hon’ble Minister to kindly ensure funds are allocated for the compensation claims, organise awareness camps and ensure the schemes are implemented in Sattari Taluka.

 

Sixth Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -6

Agriculture

Directorate of Agriculture

Dairy Farmers

 

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the dairy farmers of Sattari, operating small businesses, that due to lack of financial assistance and other related facilities, may lead to close down of their operations. The steps/measures the Government has taken in this regard to increase the payment of incentives to them, the procurement of milk price, affordable cow feed, good quality of dry fodder to be made available at Goa Dairy and efficient veterinary facilities such as equipments for blood tests of cattle, essential medicines and good quality semen for cattle breeding and also to expedite the proposal to set up 24 x 7 ambulatory clinic at Veterinary hospital at Honda and the super specialty veterinary hospital at Mulgao at Bicholim.”

Fourth Session 2023

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Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services

Directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services

Fear and anxiety in the minds of parents due to cancellation of classes due to shortage of school teachers in Govt. Primary Schools, Poriem constituency

Fear and anxiety in the minds of parents due to cancellation of classes due to shortage of school teachers in Govt. Primary Schools (GPS), Poriem constituency.  Presently, 28 teachers from GPS, poriem constituency have been commissioned as Supervisors/ Enumerators to carry out field work 3 days a week as part of the Agriculture census, 2022-23. As most of the Govt. Primary Schools are managed by a single teacher, the schools are forced to remain closed 3 days a week.  This is in addition to the shortage of teachers and non availability of temporary replacement.

The teachers of GPS are over-burdened because besides their regular teaching job, they have to handle activities related to State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Goa Samagra, National Education Policy (NEP), School Management Committee (SMC) etc.

In this context, request the hon\'ble Minister for Education to cancel this additional duty of Agriculture census that has been given to GPS teachers, as this has an adverse impact on the academics of the students. 

Third Session 2023

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Education

Directorate of Education

018A - ALVARA LAND IN SATTARI TALUKA

018A *WILL the Minister for Revenue be pleased to state;

(a) the total number of applications received for the settlement of Alvara Land in Sattari Taluka;

(b) provide the list of applications which have been settled; and

(c) provide the list of applications pending for settlement of Alvara Land in Sattari Taluka along with reason for pendency?

Answer:

Madam, the reply is attached herewith alongwith Annexure-\'A\' & Annexure ‘B’.

Seventh Session 2024

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Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

Revenue

Department of Revenue

018B - GOVERNMENT ENCROACHED LAND IN SATTARI TALUKA

018B *Will the Minister for Revenue be pleased to state:

(a)  the total number of applications received for the regularisation of encroached Government Land in Sattari Taluka;

(b) provide the list of applications which have been regularized; and

(c) provide the list of applications pending for regularization of encroached Government land in Sattari Taluka along with reason for pendency?

Answer:

Madam, the reply is attached herewith alongwith Annexure-\'A\' & Annexure ‘B’.

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

Revenue

Department of Revenue

004A - BUS REQUIREMENT OF PORIEM CONSTITUENCY

*WILL the Minister for Public Transport be pleased to state:

  1. the detailed list of the proposals received to start new bus services and the proposals received to extend existing routes in Poriem Constituency with date of  receipt of the proposal;
  2. the number of pending proposals due to non-availability of vehicles and non-availability of staff with details thereof; and
  3. the time frame by which these pending proposals will be actioned? 

Answer:

Repply is as per the attachments

Seventh Session 2024

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Shri. Mauvin Godinho

Transport

Directorate of Transport

004B - GARBAGE MENACE SCHEME

*WILL the Minister for Panchayati Raj be pleased to state:

  1. the provisions of the Garbage Menace Scheme;
  2. the details of the funds under Garbage Menace Scheme released to all the Village Panchayats of Poriem Constituency in the last 2 years with details such as amount disbursed, date of disbursement, etc.;
  3. the reason for some Panchayats not having received funds under the Garbage Menace Scheme;  
  4. whether the Government is aware that the Panchayats of Sattari are fully dependent on the Garbage Menace Scheme to effectively manage the door-to-door garbage collection; and 
  5. whether necessary budgetary provisions have been made to provide funds to the Village Panchayats of Poriem Constituency under the Garbage Menace Scheme?

Answer:

a. the provisions of the Garbage Menace Scheme;

Answer: Sir, copy of Scheme enclosed as Annexure “A”

b. the details of the funds under Garbage Menace Scheme released to all the Village Panchayats of Poriem Constituency in the last 2 years with details such as amount disbursed, date of disbursement, etc.;

Answer: as per the Annexure “B”

c. the reason for some Panchayats not having received funds under the Garbage Menace Scheme;  

Answer: as per the Annexure “B”

d. whether the Government is aware that the Panchayats of Sattari are fully dependent on the Garbage Menace Scheme to effectively manage the door-to-door garbage collection; and 

Answer: Yes

e. whether necessary budgetary provisions have been made to provide funds to the Village Panchayats of Poriem Constituency under the Garbage Menace Scheme?

Answer: this Directorate had proposed an amount of Rs.180.00 lakhs under Budget estimate for financial year 2024-25 for garbage grants. However, no budget was sanctioned  by the Government.

 

Seventh Session 2024

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Shri. Mauvin Godinho

Panchayati Raj

Directorate of Panchayats

005A - KAMDHENU SCHEME FOR DHANGAR COMMUNITY

*Will the Minister for Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services be pleased to state:

  1. Whether the Government is aware of the difficulties faced by the Dhangar Community of Sattari taluka due to the amendment in Kamdhenu Scheme prohibiting farmers without land ownership from availing this scheme; and
  2. the measures the Government intends to take to resolve this issue faced by the Dhangar Community of Sattari taluka?

Answer:

Reply Enclosed

Seventh Session 2024

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Shri. Nilkanth Halarnkar

Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services

Directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services