Mandrem: Revolutionaries of Mandrem & Pernem utilized their Sunday for public service. After the corner meet’s permission at Corgao was rejected, they knew how to make their presence felt. They headed out for a cleanliness drive at Arambol and Mandrem beach. This is a clear indication that Revolutionary Goans will make sure that they are known for the work and what they truly stand for.
“So What if the Government didn’t permit us for the Corner Meet, we can utilize that time for another public service as every minute is important for Goans to work hard and save Goa and our future generations”, Sunayana Gawde said.
They stated that Revolutionaries are existing in every village of Goa and Mandrem is no different. They appealed Government to support Goans in all the businesses related to tourism and protect Goa from migrants who are only here for the benefits.
“Crores of rupees are sent on beach cleaning by the Government and still the beaches are left out with the garbage. Why? and Who is responsible for this? Will this not pollute our beaches”, questioned Vaibhavi Sawant.