Herald: Current Ponda council most corrupt: Minister
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Current Ponda council most corrupt: Minister

27 Apr 2018 06:14am IST

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27 Apr 2018 06:14am IST

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PONDA: PWD Minister Sudin Dhavalikar on Thursday accused the current municipal council led by Chairperson Radhika Naik as one of the most corrupt councils he had witnessed in his lifetime at Ponda.

PONDA: PWD Minister Sudin Dhavalikar on Thursday accused the current municipal council led by Chairperson Radhika Naik as one of the most corrupt councils he had witnessed in his lifetime at Ponda.

The minister was addressing an election campaign meeting attended by a large number of people. The meeting was organised by the MGP backed Rising Ponda panel.  Incidentally, the Ponda municipality is ruled by MGP’s alliance partner in government, the BJP. 

He alleged that the current council, for no valid reason, halted and delayed NOCs as well as occupancy certificates to many of the newly constructed buildings as well as development projects.  Levelling direct allegations against Chairperson Radhika Naik, the minister said that she even halted some development works merely because her name had not mentioned on name plaques of foundation stones of those development work. 

He said that the sewerage network at Khadpaband, Kranti Maidan renovation and traffic management plan for Ponda city were launched by him but were halted and delayed by the ruling council.

Sudin accused Radhika Naik of drawing double salary from the government as the principal of a college and the chairperson of Ponda municipality, which, the minister said was contrary to law. 

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