Over 22% rise in Goa's plan outlay

GOANEWS DESK, PANAJI | 19 April 2011 20:27 IST

Planning Commission has approved an annual outlay of Rs 2320 crore for the year 2011-12, a rise of 22.51 per cent.

The four-hour long meeting was attended by Goa chief minister Digambar Kamat, deputy chairman of state planning board Dr Wilfred de Souza, chief secretary Sanjay Srivastav and other state officials.

The meeting was held with planning commission deputy chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia, member Dr Narendra Jadhav and other officials.

Besides Rs 610 crore more than last year, the PC also sanctioned Rs 260 crore more for special projects.

This is the third consecutive year Goa is getting substantial rise in its plan outlay.

Chief minister Kamat, in his speech before the commission, stressed the need for infrastructural development in the tourist state, especially for sewerage in coastal area as well as infrastructure for IFFI.


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Guys, dont forget the crores of Rupees & Dhirams+ Gold bullion Churchill,Monseratte,Mickky,Mauvin Godinho,Ravi Naik etc have also salted away in Foreign Banks.

No wonder Goa is still a 3rd world state.

- N.Fernandes, London | 21 st April 2011 18:54

 

compare this with -over Rs 30 thousand crores- annual turnover from the Mining in this small place and you will understand as to why the mining is being carried out so ruthlessly despite destruction of the land and untold miseries to its people....................

- vishwas prabhudesai, loliem | 21 st April 2011 09:58

 

EASY MONEY FRO DIGAMBAR & HIS BANDArs... ow They Will Plan How to Eat Up The Money They have Sanctioned it..........

- Chetan, DUBAI | 20 th April 2011 02:09

 

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