Goa Legislative Assembly

गोवा विधानसभा

Shri. Aleixo Lourenco

Shri. Aleixo Lourenco

Constituency No/Name: 29 - Curtorim

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Date of Birth: 05th October 1969
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Permanent: House No. 800, Batora, Curtorim, Salcette, Goa, Pin: 403709
Present: House No. 800, Batora, Curtorim, Salcette, Goa, Pin: 403709

Election Details

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8960

5055

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Assembly Constituency Party Votes Polled Votes Received Won By

Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017

16 Mar 2017 to 20 Dec 2021

Curtorim

Indian National Congress

21303

12841

7697

Indian National Congress

The resignation tendered by SHRI ALEXIO REGINALDO LOURENCO Member elected from 29-Curtorim Constituency from his seat in the House on 20th December, 2021.Refer Bulletin Part II No 284 for more details

Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012

7 Mar 2012 to 14 Mar 2017

Curtorim

Indian National Congress

19502

11221

4069

Indian National Congress

Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007

7 Jun 2007 to 8 Mar 2012

Curtorim

Indian National Congress

17203

9320

1827

Indian National Congress

*ORIGINALLY ELECTED FROM SAVE GOA FRONT

Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Commitee on Privileges (Since 09 Sep 2022)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
CHAIRMAN
Committee on Goverment Assurances (Since 31 May 2022)
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
House Committee To Study Issues Related To River Mhadei
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Panel of Presiding Members
Eighth Legislative Assembly 2022
MEMBER
Budget Committee (31 May 2022 to 18 Jan 2023)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Committee on Privileges (21 Dec 2020 to 20 Dec 2021)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Budget Committee (21 Dec 2020 to 20 Dec 2021)
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Select Committee on The Goa Requisition And Acquisition Of Property Bill, 2017
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Library Committee
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Committee On Petitions
Seventh Legislative Assembly 2017
MEMBER
Committee on Delegated Legislation
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Estimates Committee (21 Dec 2020 to 20 Dec 2021)
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Committee On Petitions
Sixth Legislative Assembly 2012
MEMBER
Select Commmitee on The Goa Succession, Special Notaries and Inventory Proceeding Bill,2012
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
CHAIRMAN
Estimates Committee
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Committe on Petitions
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Committee on Privileges
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Committee on Public Undertakings
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Select Committee on the Goa Panchayat Raj (Amendment) Bill, 2009
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Committee on Privileges
Fifth Legislative Assembly 2007
MEMBER
Committee on Delegated Legislation

Bill No. 2 of 2009 (Government Bill)

THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS (GOA AMENDMENT) BILL, 2009

06 Feb 2009

pdfBill As Introduced 67.01 KBpdfBill As Passed 34.94 KB

Leprosarium property in the Curtorim village

This House recommends the Government to use the Leprosarium property in the Curtorim village  to establish a well-designed cultural centre, library, mini museum  in the name of Padma Bhushan Dr Jose Pereira to be built and managed by the Directorate of Art & Culture to boost cultural, literary and Indological  research activities in areas such as ethnomusicology, art, sculptures, architecture, sociolinguistics, folklore like  Mando, Dekhni of Goa and make Curtorim, Salcete  a well-known place for scholars, artists and international visitors

Second Session 2022

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Home

Department of Home

PrIvate Member Resolution

“This House strongly recommends the Government to request the National Green Tribunal (NGT) to establish a Circuit Bench in Panaji, for the benefit/convenience of environmentalist, litigants, lawyers, Government officials and the public at large in the State.”

 The following Members spoke on the Resolution.

 1. Shri Aleixo R. Lourenco, MLA

2. Shri Churchill Alemao, MLA

 SHRI NILESH CABRAL, Minister for Environment replied to the points raised by the Mover.

 The Resolution was put to vote and negatived

Tenth Session 2019

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 11

Shri. Nilesh Cabral

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ RESOLUTION

This House unanimously resolves the Government that the new foundation stone laid for Panchayat Ghar area (plot) in front of Church near Rachol ferry at Rachol has facilities like daycare for Senior Citizens, resource room for Special Children and other facilities like Convention Hall under Tribal Schemes as the majority of population comprises of ST people.”

SHRI GOVIND GAUDE, Minister for Tribal Welfare replied to the points raised by the Mover.

The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Third Session 2017

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -4

Shri. Govind Gaude

Private Member Resolution

This House unanimously resolves to name the College of Architecture in memory of late Charles Correia as Charles Correia College of Architecture.”

SHRI ALEIXO R. LOURENCO, MLA spoke on the Resolution.

SHRI LAXMIKANT PARSEKAR, Chief Minister replied to the points raised by the Mover.

The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Tenth Session 2015

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 10

Shri. Laxmikant Parsekar

Private Member Resolution

“This House resolves to study in brief the various Acts through public opinion by forming a Committee and to bring forth Amendments to the Agricultural Tenancy Act in order to protect the tenancy of the people of Goa and original Goans as presently it is being   misused to such an extent that purpose of the Act is being defeated.” 

SHRI ALEIXO R. LOURENCO, MLA spoke on the Resolution.

S/SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR, Chief Minister and FRANCIS D’SOUZA, DY. CHIEF MINISTER replied to the points raised by the Mover.

The Resolution was withdrawn by the leave of the House.

Sixth Session 2014

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Road Access to the Houses

“Fear and Anxiety in the minds of the people of Goa with regard to road access to their houses. There are thousands of houses in Goa which do not have motorable road access and instead use the traditional (kaccha) road access through private property.  The survey department failed to show access to many properties on the survey maps.  This has resulted in an increase in conflict in the villages where landlords have been blocking road access to the affected people's homes by constructing compound walls. As a result, it is almost impossible for emergency services to access such houses in case of an accident or weather-related disaster. The steps the Government has taken to initiate a State-wide exercise to identify such landlocked properties and modify the survey maps to reflect existing access to such plots”.

Fifth Session 2023

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -16

Revenue

Department of Revenue

pdfMinisters Reply

Delay in services-Sub-Registrar Salcete

“Fear and anxiety in the minds of the public and legal fraternity of Salcete taluka regarding the inordinate delay in services rendered by the Office of the Sub-Registrar cum Civil Registrar of Salcete. The office handles a large volume of property conveyance transactions, as well as other notarial services and the issuance of certified copies of old land records, and happens to be one of the highest revenue earners of stamp duty, registration fees etc. However, the posting of only two Sub-Registrars is found to be woefully inadequate and has affected timely delivery of public services; for example, approval of sale/conveyance deeds on NGDRS portal take an abnormally long time to come. Action the Government proposes to take in this regard.”

Fifth Session 2023

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -4

Law & Judiciary

pdfMinisters Reply

Dabolim to Mopa Airport

“fear and anxiety in the minds of the people of the South Goa in general and also the tourism stakeholder as regards the recent announcement by National Carrier Air India that it is shifting its international operations from Dabolim to Mopa Airport. It is learnt that other International airlines flying to the Middle East are likely to follow suit. This move will have a significant impact on the tourism industry in South Goa, and has left the people wondering whether it is a precursor to the eventual closure of Dabolim Airport. Action the Government will take in this regard”.

Fifth Session 2023

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -2

Civil Aviation

Airports

pdfMinisters Reply

Continuous flow of Leachate- Curtorim Const.

“ Fear And Anxiety in the Minds of people of Curtorim and  of surrounding areas of the continuous flow of Leachate even in the non monsoon months from Sonsoddo Garbage dump to  the adjacent roads and to the  fields which  poses dangerous  health hazards to the workers ,  commuters and  to the people living in the area . The step the Governments intends to take in this regards.”

Fourth Session 2023

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -3

Urban Development

pdfMinisters Reply

Calling Attention

Fear & anxiety in the minds of the public at large regarding the Mhadei Water Dispute which have remained unresolved till date. The lethargic approach of the Government in dealing with the matter and attempts by Karnataka to divert the water inspite of the matter being subjudice has caused damage to Ecology of Goa. People have apprehensions on the intention of the Government to protect the interest of the State. The steps Government intends to take in the matter

Thirteenth Session 2021

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY - 3

Shri. Filipe Rodrigues

pdfMinisters Reply 448.17 KB

CONGRATULATORY MOTION

“This House Congratulates Goa’s eminent artist, Subodh Kerkar for being invited to show his sculptures and installations in one of the major contemporary museums of the world, Kunstmuseum, Bochum, Germany for a period of 6 months .This is the highest honor achieved by any contemporary artist from Goa in recent times on the international art scene.”

 

The following Members spoke on the Motion:

 

  1. Shri Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco, MLA  …………… 12 43 PM
  2. Shri Michael Lobo, MLA ……………………….         12 44 PM
  3. 3.      Shri Pratapsingh R. Rane, Leader of Opposition …           12 46 PM
  4. Shri Rohan Khaunte, MLA ……………………….…  12 49 PM
  5. Shri Vishwajit Rane, MLA ………………………..…  12 51 PM
  6. Shri Mauvin Godinho, MLA ……………………..…  12 54 PM
  7. Shri Digambar Kamat, MLA …………………..……  12 56 PM
  8. Shri Vishnu Surya Naik, MLA ………………..…….  12 57 PM
  9. 9.      Shri Dayanand Mandrekar, Minister for Art & Culture.. 01 01 PM

10. Shri Rajendra Arlekar, Speaker ………………….…..           01 04 PM

 

The Motion was adopted unanimously.

Seventh Session 2014

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

CONDOLATORY MOTION

SHRI ALEIXO REGINALDO LOURENCO, MLA was not present in the House; the following Condolatory Motion was not moved.

“This House deeply condoles the sad demise of late Reverend Canon  Fr. Antimo Gomes, a dedicated Priest, Educationist who was instrumental in setting up Diocesan Society of Education in Goa. He was also the receipt of National and State level awards for education including the Goa Golden Jubilee Award.”

Fourth Session 2013

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -3

CONGRATULATORY MOTION

“This House congratulate three Goans namely Puja Krishna Resham, Aviraj Anil Kalangutkar and Velancia Fernandes for winning three medals including one gold and two silvers in the floor hockey of the 2013 special Olympics world winter games which were held at Pyeong Chang, South Korea recently.”

               The following Members spoke:       

  1. Shri  Aleixo R. Lourenco, MLA………………..12 45 PM
  2. Shri Ramesh Tawadkar, Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs..…….12 48 PM

Shri Rajendra Arlekar, Speaker……………...12 52 PM

         

The Motion was adopted unanimously.

 

Fourth Session 2013

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -4

CONGRATULATORY MOTION

SHRI ALEIXO REGINALDO LOURENCO, MLA moved the following:

“This House congratulates Shri Jose Philip D’Souza, for being elected as the Party President of the N.C.P. Party, the Party being a coalition of the ruling Congress Party.”

The following members spoke:

1. Shri Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco ……………………………….    3 17 PM

2. Shri Nilkant Halankar, Minister for Tourism ………………...    3 18 PM

3. Shri Ramkrishna Dhavalikar, Minister for Transport ……….    3 19 PM

4. Shri Filip Nery Rodrigues, Minister for Water Resources …..    3 20 PM

5. Shri Aliexo Sequeira, Minister for Power ……………………..    3 21 PM

6. Shri Damodar Naik ……………………………………………...    3 22 PM

7. Shri Manohar Azgaonkar, Minister for Sports ……………….    3 24 PM

8. Shri Digambar Kamat, Chief Minister …………………………   3 27 PM

9. Shri Pratapsingh Rane, Speaker ………………………………….   3 28 PM

 

The motion was adopted unanimously.

 

Eleventh Session 2010

Shri. Jose D'souza

CONGRATULATORY MOTION

SHRI ALEIXO REGINALDO LOURENCO, MLA moved the following:

“This House congratulates Justice Ferdino Rebello for having elevated the post of Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court being a Goan and an Ex-MLA of this August House.”

The following Members spoke:

1. Shri Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco ……………………. ……….   12 46 PM

2. Shri Joaquim Alemao, Minister for Urban Development …..   12 47 PM

3. Shri Francis D’Souza …………………………………………...   12 48 PM

4. Smt. Victoria Fernandes ……………………………………….    12 50 PM

5. Shri Aleixo Sequeira, Minister for Power …………………….  12 53 PM

6. Shri Mahadev Naik ……………………………………………..  12 55 PM

7. Shri Mauvin Godinho, Deputy Speaker ……………………...  12 57 PM

8. Shri Digambar Kamat, Chief Minister ………………………..  1 01 PM

9. Shri Pratapsingh Rane, Speaker ………………………………. 1 03 PM

Eleventh Session 2010

Water Logging at the Main Entrance of Perpetual Succour Convent High School Navelim puts its students at great unease

ZERO HOUR MENTION                                                                                                                                            Date 19/07/2024
                                                            
 Portfolio Name – Education                                                                                                                          Concerned Minister- Dr. Pramod Sawant


Water Logging at the Main Entrance of Perpetual Succour Convent High School Navelim puts its students at great unease

Fear and anxiety amongst the students and the parents of Perpetual Succour Convent High School, Navelim, due to water logging at its main entrance as a consequent students have to move through water above their knees. This terrible discomfort is happening because drainages on the National Highway are blocked. I request the Hon’ble Chief Minister  Dr. Pramod Sawant to instruct the concerned officials for addressing the said grievance on a priority by getting the drainage cleaned and also ensuring that no water is logged in the future.
 

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Education

Directorate of Education

Web of tangled wires on electric poles and other structures pose a danger to lives

Fear and anxiety in the minds of people of Goa that telecom/cable/ internet operators haphazardly hang their wires on electric poles along with trees and  porticos of buildings. The arbitrary and unapproved use of the department's poles is not only an eyesore, but it also poses potential dangers to public safety. The steps the Government has taken in the matter, especially during the rains.

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -1

Implementation of the Pay Scale of 7th Pay Commission and Payment of Arrears of 6th Pay Commission

                                                 

 

Implementation of the Pay Scale of 7th Pay Commission and Payment of Arrears of 6th Pay Commission 

 

 

Fear and anxiety in the minds of people of Goa especially the workers  employed with Goa Meat Complex that their Pay Scale is  not yet  covered as per the 7th Pay Commission recommendation as well as they have not yet received the arrears of 6th Pay Commission. The action, the government intends to take in this regard for the benefit of employees of Goa Meat Complex   as per the implementation  in toto of  the  7th Pay Scale as per 7th Pay Commission recommendation  and payment in toto of the 6th Pay Commission arrears..

 

Sixth Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services

Directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services

Indian High Commission Refusing to get Indian Passport Renewed for CAYDAN VAS aged 12

ZERO HOUR MENTION

Indian High Commission Refusing to get Indian Passport Renewed for CAYDAN VAS aged 12

Fear and anxiety in the minds of people of Goa  residing in UK that their  passports are not being renewed . In this regard , I have a case of a young boy  CAYDAN VAS  aged 12 years  whose place of birth lies in  village Curtorim, Goa  and resides at  H.No 239 Baixo de Igreja  Agassaim Tiwadi  North Goa. Master CAYDAN VAS has been informed by the officials of the Indian High Commission that he has to wait for the renewal of his passport until he attains the age of 18.  The said minor CAYDAN VAS  whose date of birth is 28/09/2011  currently  resides in UK and his Indian Passport No is S9340854   and the date of issue and renewal  of his Passport is 27/06/2019 and 26/06/2024 respectively . The action the government intends to take in this regard with our officials of MEA to help young CAYDAN VAS as the date of renewal of his passport is hardly four months away 

Sixth Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

NRI Affairs

Office of the Commissioner for N.R.I. Affairs

Reimbursement of Griha Aadhar Financial Assistance is irregular

 
ZERO HOUR MENTION 
Reimbursement of Griha Aadhar Financial Assistance is irregular

Fear and anxiety in the minds of people of Goa especially the beneficiaries who are dependent on Griha Aadhar financial assistance as its irregular reimbursement of instalments is causing hardship and inconvenience to them. The last disbursement of Griha Aadhar was in January 2024 but the beneficiaries are unaware that the said financial assistance is for which month of the year 2023. The department does not mention for which month it has been reimbursed. Can Griha Aadhar instalments be streamlined to make the payment regular month wise. Many Griha Aadhar application applied in 2017 with support of birth of child have received message that their application is rejected. May our government be kind enough to clear all these applications applied in 2017 as many of them have anxiously waited for last six years. 

Sixth Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -4

Women & Child Development

Directorate of Women & Child Department

009A - FISH MORTALITY CAUSED BY THE POLLUTION OF THE VELSAO RIVULET/ BAY AND THE ARABIAN SEA

009A *Will the Minister for Environment and Climate Change be pleased to state:

(a) furnish copies of the  complaints received from Ramponkar ( traditional fishermen ), environmentalist and public representative on the recent fish mortality caused by the pollution of the Velsao rivulet /bay and the Arabian sea;

(b) the reason/s for the aforesaid pollution in these water bodies; provide full details  date wise, the name of the violator, the type of fishes who have perished , the name of the coastal stretch etc;

(c) the action initiated by the Goa State Pollution Control Board against  the company which has been indulging in rampant violation of contaminating water bodies; furnish full details;

(d) whether similar incidents  of diverse death of fish along the Pale-Velsao shore  due  to the discharge of untreated industrial waste material into the Arabian sea had occurred in the past , if so, the details date wise ,types of fish perished, the name of the coastal stretch including the action was taken then against the said company; and

(e) specify the measures being  undertaken by the Government to prohibit the future pollution for good  of not only Velsao rivulet /bay and  the Arabian sea but also all other water bodies in the State of Goa, with details thereof?
 

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

009C - PREPAREDNESS FOR DISASTER MANAGEMENT DURING MONSOON

009C *Will the Minister for Revenue be pleased to state :-

(a)  the areas identified to be prone to floods and to landslides (Furnish full details area wise/Taluka wise / village /town wise);
(b)  the  measures that have been put in place  for evacuation strategies (Give details area wise /taluka wise / village /town wise);
(c)  the communication and response mechanisms that have been put on ground to deal with any adversity. (Furnish full details area wise/ Taluka wise / village /town wise ); and
(d)  provide full details like address, number of staff numbers , day   of workings , phone numbers  on functionality of control rooms?

Answer:

Sir, Please refer to the attached reply. 

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

Revenue

Department of Revenue

001 - RISING INFLATION AND HIGHER COST OF LIVING

Will the Minister for Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs be pleased to state:

(a) the details of any study that has been  undertaken in the past three years  on food items that are generally consumed by the  lower income group  brackets; 
(b) the steps taken to further lower the prices of essential commodities which are made available through Fair Price Shops, with details; and 
(c) whether the department has any  plans to add  more items to the ration card , if so,  the details , if not, the reasons thereof ?                                                                                                                

Answer:

 

         UN-STARRED L.A.Q. No. 001 TABLED BY SHRI ALEIXO LOURENCO, MLA TO BE ANSWERED ON 19/07/2024

 

SUB:- RISING INFLATION AND HIGHER COST OF LIVING

 

 

Question

Answer

 

Will the Minister for Civil Supplies be pleased to state :

By Hon’ble Minister for Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs.

 

( a )

The details of any study that has been undertaken in the past three years on food items that are generally consumed by the lower income group brackets:

Sir, Directorate of Food and Drugs Administration, Government of Goa has informed vide letter No. 14(1)/LAQ/DFDA/FSSA/2024-25 /2097 dated 05/07/2024 that no such study has been undertaken.

     In Order to achieve desired nutritional impact of Fortified Rice among the Targeted Population, the Government of India approved the proposal to supply fortified rice through Food Corporation of India(FCI).

      The Union Health Minister has confirmed the prevalence of anemia in India has increased as per the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-4) (2015-16) to NFHS-5 (2019-21). It has increased from 58.6 % to 67.1% among children aged 6 to 59 months, from 53.2% to 57.2% among non pregnant women aged 15-49 years, from 50.4% to 52.2% among pregnant women aged 15 to 49 years and has increased from 22.7% to 25.0% among men aged 15 to 49 years to address the anemia and Micro-nutrients deficiency in the Country. Government of India approved the Centrally sponsored scheme as fortification of rice and its distribution under Public Distribution System (PDS). As per the Ministry of Food and Public Distribution there was multi stake holder consultations initially involving Ministry of Women and Child Development (MoWCD), Department of School Education and Literacy (DoSE&L), NITI Aayog and Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAl), a three year (2019-22) Centrally sponsored pilot Scheme on Rice Fortification and its distribution under PDS in 15 districts across 15 States was considered, which was approved and subsequently implemented in all states.

( b )

The steps taken to further lower the prices of essential commodities which are made available through Fair Price Shops , with details; and 

Under NFSA Scheme fortified Rice   is distributed free of cost to PHH & AAY ration card holders and hence there is no question of lowering the price and APL ration card holders at subsidized fortified Rice  and Wheat is distributed @ i.e Rs 12.50 per kg per card and Rs.10.00 respectively. This price was fixed in the year 2018 by Notification dated 29th November, 2018. Since then the price of APL Rice has not been upwardly revised.

(c)

Whether the department has any plans to add more items to the ration card, if so, the details, if not, the reasons thereof ?

Presently there are no plans to add more items to the ration card.

 

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Shri. Ravi Naik

Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs

Department of Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs

002 - DISCARDED FISHING NETS

Will the Minister for Environment and Climate Change be pleased to state :-

(a) the quantum of discarded plastic fishing nets  in tonnes  that pile up along the 
coast of Goa each month;
(b) the Body which is taking the lead to collect the discarded plastic 
fishing nets furnish its name and  the year since when it has  been involved in the task; 
(c) the name of other stakeholders involved in the project; and 
(d) whether at  present  the said project covers  all the beaches of Goa or 
some of them, furnish  details on the number of beaches , their  name and their location district / village / town?

Answer:

Reply is attached.

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Shri. Aleixo Sequeira

Environment and Climate Change

Department of Environment and Climate Change

003 - ADMINISTRATOR OF COMMUNIDADES HEEDING TO ORDER OF STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION

Will the Minister for Revenue be pleased to state: 
(a) whether the Administrator of Comunidades are heeding to Order of State Information Commission; and
(b) if so, the action Government has taken or proposes to take to ensure that Administrators of Comunidades heed the Order of the State Information Commission in relation to the RTI requests for Comunidade records in letter and spirit?

Answer:

Sir, Please refer to the attached reply. 

Seventh Session 2024

BUSINESS FOR THE DAY -5

Shri. Atanasio Monserrate

Revenue

Department of Revenue