Goa Velha: Goenkar against Marina to hold public meeting on November 8

Rupesh Samant

Daijiworld Media Network - Goa Velha

Goa Velha, Oct 28: The voice against the proposed Marina project at Nauxi is growing louder with chief minister Pramod Sawant’s recent statement supporting the project.

Goenkar against Marina Project at Nauxi has called for a public meeting on November 8 at 5 pm near Siridao Village panchayat to chalk out their action plan against the project.

The organizers stated that they have invited all the respective MLAs for the meeting. But when they come, they will be given a respectable position amongst the people, not on the stage.

Goenkar against Marina, which is a non-political platform formed to oppose this project, has requested all the coordination members, village panchayat members of Taleigao, St Cruz, Merces, Curca Bambolim Talaulim, Siridao Pale, Batim, Goa Velha, Agassaim and other VP members of St Andre constituency and public, in general, to attend to save traditional occupation of fishing and fishermen, their houses, land and houses along the coast and other issues in river Zuari.

The NGO has thanked all the five village panchayats of Mormugao constituency and other NGOs to support them.

All the coordination members, VP members and other like-minded will be given the opportunity to express their views irrespective of which affiliation to political parties or NGOs without their banner.

"The coordination committee members are requested to send in their views and suggestions if any clarification or modification is required. The coordination members are requested to remain present at 4 pm. Before the meeting on November 8, we are planning to have rally on November 1 at 10 am," the organizers said.



Title : Goa Velha: Goenkar against Marina to hold public meeting on November 8


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