PONDA: Kashimat Football ground and one Santan Sanstha building constructed under High tension lines dominated in Bandora Gramsabha.
Kashimat football ground issue dominated in Bandora Gramsabha, which was held under the Chairmanship of Sarpanch Rajesh Naik.
Gramsabha members demanded the possession of Kashimat Bahusaheb Bandodkar football ground from PWD to its original owner Bandora Panchayat.
The locals pointed out that this ground belongs to Panchayat, and the locals used to play football, cricket and various games on this ground.
A few years back, PWD constructed a protection wall to this ground along with an office building, and since then, the possession of this ground lies with PWD.
Locals said whenever they need this ground for their children to play, they have to obtain permission from PWD, and it takes time and formalities.
The Locals demanded that Panchayat make an effort to gain possession of ground from PWD to Panchayat so that village youths and children can go and easily play at this ground any time they want.
Sarpanch Rajesh Naik said the people are demanding the possession of ground; however, Panchayat is not financially sound for its maintenance.
As per peoples solution, he said the resolution is passed to find out the solution on the issue by discussing with PCE of PWD or with Chief Minister of Goa.
Meanwhile, the Locals of Bandora also demanded that Panchayat should take legal action against one building owned by Sanatan Santha at Ramnathi.
The locals claimed that it is constructed below 33 KV High tension lines passing from area and report given by Electricity Department report says it is illegal.
The locals also passed a resolution for a reassessment of house tax in the Panchayat area.