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Vijai inspects Comba subway, incomplete ringroad

19 May 2017 05:43am IST

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19 May 2017 05:43am IST

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Margao: TCP Minister Vijai Sardessai inspected the Comba Subway and the incomplete ring road site on Thursday. The TCP Minister inspected the two places along with the engineers of PWD, Chairperson & Chief Officer of MMC, local Councillors and locals.

Margao: TCP Minister Vijai Sardessai inspected the Comba Subway and the incomplete ring road site on Thursday. The TCP Minister inspected the two places along with the engineers of PWD, Chairperson & Chief Officer of MMC, local Councillors and locals. They had complained about the flooding in the subway. TCP Minister pulled up all the officials of PWD and WRD for failing to stop the sewage and water seepage into the Comba subway thus making college goers and people in that area experience daily hardship. The TCP Minister warned the officials and said they had to find a solution and get the subway whitewashed within the next 8 days. 

A complaint was raised by several people that sewage from a building in Comba was flowing into the drains and making its way into the Subway for several years. When questioned, the Chairperson of MMC said " We will inspect and if we find a violation we will cut the water and electricity connection of the building."  

The Chief Officer Yashwant Tawde sid several buildings in the town did not have a sewage connection and said strict action would be taken against the same. 

The TCP Minister also inspected the Ring Road site on the request of the Councillor Ketan Kurtarkar. The Councillor complained there was a plan to rehabilitate non Goans on land in the nearby field in the name of relocation. "It is the request of Combacaars to rehabilitate only the needy and the people from Comba who have actually lost their houses and give back the excess land" requested Ketan. 

TCP Minister while replying to the query promised to discuss the matter with the people and also with the housing board and find ways to rehabilitate the people actually affected.  

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