QUEPEM: The Borimol Quepem sports complex opened to the public more than a decade ago continues to operate on a temporary power connection.
Quepem MLA Altone D’Costa, while inspecting the sports complex, told reporters that the power supply to the Quepem Borimol Sports Complex is still temporary, and “now we are in the rebuilding process, we’re working to make this complex even more convenient.”
He further said that the temporary power connection to this structure is a matter of concern.
During this visit, Surendra Faldesai, Executive Engineer SAG Deepak Lotlikar, Prasad Velip, Rajesh Naik, Monica Dourando, in Incharge of Quepem Sports complex John Fernandes and Quepem Congress block president Avdhoot Amonkar were present during the inspection.
Further, D’Costa said that there was no movement in repairing the facility and adding to that, there is a problem with the badminton floor. Also, other arrangements are not good, and frequent complaints about the swimming pool were coming from the people.
DaCosta said these complaints will be dealt with properly after the inspection, and also in the future, care would be taken to ensure that no further complaints were received about facilities in the complex D’costa said.
When asked about the walking track where work is ongoing, he said the work is due in June, but with the help of the SAG official, the work will be completed by May 15.