Former education minister and st cruz mla babush monsoratte questions state chief minister manohar parrikar decision of providing grants for the maintenance and upgrading of government-aided educational institutions, ask whether the state government had enough funds to sanction the same scheme in its present financial year

28-06-2013 …. Stating that chief minister manohar parrikar was just becoming a joke after joke Former education minister and st cruz mla babush monsoratte on Friday questioned the state chief minister and minister of education manohar parrikar decision of providing grants for the maintenance and upgrading of government-aided educational institutions asking whether the state government had enough funds to sanction the same scheme in its present financial year

It may be noted that in its last cabinet meeting chief minister manohar parrikar had stated that Under the scheme to upgrade school infrastructure, 30 schools would be given grant-in-aid of Rs. 50 crore in the current year itself to maintain their infrastructure, which will include CCTV in the front office and a compound wall to ensure the safety of children in schools.

In the composite schools category the government had also announced that the entitlements were for Primary and Secondary, a maximum of Rs. 150 lakh; Secondary and Higher Secondary, a maximum of Rs. 300 lakh; and Primary, Secondary and Higher Secondary, a maximum of Rs. 350 lakh.

Speaking to goanreporter the former education minister babush monsoratte said that there was a need for the education minister to have a look at the government schools which were in a total mess where proper facilities were not available till date

Over the issue of increase in school times Babush said that it was a wrong decision taken by the state government as such decision did not suit the life style of a goan family who were working class people

Commenting over the issue of most of the ccp councilors resolving to the closure of casinos offices from the city Babush said that there was a need from the ccp side to send the same resolution of most of the councilors resolving to close the casinos office in the city to the chief minister manohar parrikar and then let the chief minister could take a decision on it

Babush also commented over the issue of banning of film shooting in the city jurisdiction …

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