Goa government to form committee involving advocates, thinker’s and supporters to give suggestions over the issue of special status says parrikar

18/10/2014 … Chief Minister Manohar parrikar has said that his government would form a committee involving advocates, thinker’s and supporters within the next few days who could give suggestions over the issue of special status and how to go on it …
Addressing media persons at secretariat in porvorim chief minister Manohar parrikar said that the committee would have to give the state government suggestion on how to go about on the special status issue after which he would meet the central minister to discus over it
Announcing about the 233 meters readers being approved Parrikar said that the cabinet had also approved the  79 post of lady psi along with 221 lady constables who had been given a one time concession in weight measure and physical formalities ..
Parrikar said that the state cabinet had decided to bring uniformity in to coke and coal keeping it with rs 50 for each tone for the state as well as for outsiders which could fetch the state government an amount of rs 100 crores on cess annually and mentioned of giving an amount of rupees five crores towards the Andhra Pradesh chief minister relief fund towards the cycle victims …
Parrikar stated that the state government would also take in in consideration the minimum rates to be decided within the next 7 days for mining trucks as well as barges once the state government could hear the views from both the parties and also determining the methodology of using a truck
Parrikar also stated that his government would review the entry fee levelled at the state borders during the next budget and could increase rates on petrol prices while diesel prices could be reduced and work out a solution of a compensation for the loss



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