PANAJI: Minister for Social Welfare Subhash Phaldessai said that the Botanical Garden at Salaulim Dam will be developed at the cost of 35 crores under eco-tourism.
“Botanical Garden at Salaulim Dam will be developed at the cost of 35 crores under eco-tourism. Also, 40 cottages will be coming to the constituency to provide facilities to the tourists. Around 400 people will get employment in the next year through different projects which are in the pipeline,” said Phaldesai.
He further said that electricity, mobile Network, drinking water, educational infrastructure, road network, other infrastructure, forest right issue, and issues of the people affected by Salaulim Dam are the major issues which are faced by the people, and every effort is made to resolve them.
“Government is working on the concept of serving the last citizen of the society; \ the Government ensured that all requisite facilities reached the people during the difficult COVID times,” he added.
Phaldesai said that Sanguem Constituency is a geographically vast constituency which is mostly in villages, and development cannot be seen, adding that the needs of the people are increasing, which will be catered to by the government.