PORVORIM: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant today said that Cabinet has approved the Goa Beach Shack policy 2023.
“As per the policy 90% of the shacks will be allocated to experienced shack business operators while 10 % of shacks will be allotted to new entrepreneurs from Goa who want to enter into the shack business, said Sawant.
He further said that the policy for regulating iron ore dump handling in the state of Goa has also been approved by the cabinet.
Speaking further Sawant said that Project Management Consultancy for Kunbi Handloom Village at Sanguem was allocated to Darashaw & Company.
“10,000 sq mtr land to be transferred from DRDA to Tourism Dept for Unity Mall. Cabinet has granted approval to transfer of 10,000 sq mtr land from DRDA to Tourism Dept for Unity Mall,” said Sawant.
He further said that the Unity Mall is a central govt project for promoting the sale of each state’s ‘One district, One product’ (ODOP) and handicraft products.
CM said that an expenditure sanction of Rs 63 crore towards the pending payment of Wellness pharmacy at GMC Hospital and a single file system is to be introduced in the Directorate of Public Grievances.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant also informed that shops at the Cansaulim sports complex are to be sold to the highest bidder.
“Approval for sale of shops at Dr Tristao Braganza Da Cunha Sports Complex at Cansaulim to the highest bidder. Most shops in the complex built in 2006 were closed for past several years,” he added.
Sawant also informed that reference will be given to local villagers and only if locals are not interested the shops will be sold to outsiders.