01-06-2013 … Ccp mayor surendra furtado on Saturday warned the state government of taking serious consequences in the week to come if the south goa collector n d agarwal had not submitted his report on market illegalities with in a week’s times
It may be noted that the inquiry report of the panjim market committee which had to be submitted to the corporation by 30th of April was later delayed till 30th of may by the south goa collector n d agarwal while ccp mayor surendra furtado had mentioned of handing over the case to state lokayukta if the case was found to be a complicated one
South goa collector n d agarwal was appointed to inquire into the alleged irregularities pertaining to the allotment of shops and vacant spaces in the new city municipal market complex.
The allotment of shops in Panaji in 2005 has been marred in controversy with the alleged irregularities in the allotment. The CCP’s original list contained names of the traders who occupied kiosks in the old market who were promised shops in the new market.
Speaking to goanreporter ccp mayor surenda furtado said he had not received any intimation over the report from the government of goa nor from the municipal administration and the reasons were best known to them
Furtado also blamed the state government for creating hurdles in front of the final report which had to be submitted before the ccp council