GOVERNOR & CM DISCUSS LAW AND ORDER SITUATION IN GOA

PANJIM The Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat on Tuesday morning called on the Governor, Dr Shivinder Singh Sidhu and apprised him of the law and order situation in the state.
Governor S.S. Siddhu
In another development, the Chief Minister has called an emergency cabinet meeting on Wednesday afternoon. No agenda for the meeting has been circulated to the ministers in the cabinet, said sources in the government. However, the sources said the issue of casinos could be discussed at the meeting.
Earlier, the Chief Minister was accompanied by the Chief Secretary, Mr Sanjay Kumar Shrivastava and Director-General of Police, Mr Bhim Sain Bassi during the meeting held at the Raj Bhavan.
Mr Kamat told The Navhind Times that the meeting was just a casual meeting as he wanted to share the greetings during the Ganesh festivities with Dr Sidhu and that the meetings was fixed late last week. He, however, said that law and order situation came up for discussion during the meeting.
Sources in the state administration said the Governor broached the issue of the security scenario during the meeting and the steps taken by the state authorities to prevent any eventuality in view of the alerts by the central authorities about two terror suspects sneaking in the country.
Meanwhile, a delegation of the National Students’ Union of India led by its president, Mr Sunil Khautankar, also called on the Governor and re-iterated its demand for handing over the cases relating to police-drug dealer nexus to the Central Bureau of Investigation for an impartial probe into the matter.
Mr Khautankar further said the delegation also informed the Governor about the lapses on the part of the police in probing the case and also the failure of the police authorities to destroy the seized drugs for a considerable long time. (NT)

3 comments:

diogofichardo said...

This Governor is just there as a puppet of the congress. The situation in Goa has been worse for a number of years thanks to our corrupt ministers. These Governors may not be corrupt but have been enjoying the hospitality of all these corrupt officials in power. The Goan citizens have been asking the drugs case be handed over to the CBI. The percentage of corruption and vicious crime in Goa is higher than in any other state. That will only improve with new Goan blood in politics. Goans Get United Now and Save What is Left of Goa.

Sandesh Gaonkar said...

What are they going to discuss? Is there anything left to discuss? There is no security in Goa. That is why they have about 20 policeman around their bungalows doing security and controlling law and order situation around their bungalows.

dlp said...

Exactly Sandesh.... That's why every now and then, they keep discussing about law and security. Who cares about the poor man? Where is the Pangim murderer? Why are there no murders in Salcette? It is because most of the corrupt politicians come from there and they discuss law and order. Rest of Goa can go to Hell!!!!!!!

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