26 C
Panjim
Saturday, November 28, 2020

Congress meets ISL officials demanding business to Goans during the tournament

Must read

COVID19:  150 new infections, one dead

Panaji: Goa's coronavirus caseload went up by 150 and reached 47,491 on Friday,  a health department official said. The death toll mounted to 686 as...

Church body urges Goa govt to keep tourism policy on hold

  Panaji: The Centre for Responsible Tourism (CRT), a body affiliated to the Goa Church, on Friday appealed to the state government to keep the...

SP has to take action against PI Porvorim and constable: Rohan Khaunte

Porvorim: Independent MLA Rohan Khaunte said that the Superintendent of Police (North) has to act against Porvorim Police Inspector and a male constable who...

AAP gets a thrust in Pernem, Locals joined in large numbers

Pundalik Dhargalkar who is the independent candidate for the ensuing Zilla Panchayat elections from Dhargal constituency today officially joined the Aam Aadmi Party with...
- Advertisement -
Panaji: A day after Goa Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) protested by stopping an official bus of Indian Super League (ISL)  team demanding that Goans be employed in the services which are required by ISL organizers, the party’s leader today held meeting with the ISL management.
“You can organize ISL but don’t snatch away the bread and butter of Goans,” said Leader of Opposition Digambar Kamat.
“We have met the representatives of ISL who have promised us that they will employ Goans in various services, we’re also in talks with Goa Taxi  Owners Association who will take the responsibility of providing them taxis,” GPCC vice president Sankalp Amonkar said.
GPCC informed that sound system and generators would also be hired from Goans Goans this will proved them with employment. “Our protest yesterday has become successful as Goans will now be employed in ISL services,” Amarnath Panjikar said. The GPCC also gave an ultimatum that they will interrupt the ISL matches if Goans are not employed in the future.
- Advertisement -

More articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest article

COVID19:  150 new infections, one dead

Panaji: Goa's coronavirus caseload went up by 150 and reached 47,491 on Friday,  a health department official said. The death toll mounted to 686 as...

Church body urges Goa govt to keep tourism policy on hold

  Panaji: The Centre for Responsible Tourism (CRT), a body affiliated to the Goa Church, on Friday appealed to the state government to keep the...

SP has to take action against PI Porvorim and constable: Rohan Khaunte

Porvorim: Independent MLA Rohan Khaunte said that the Superintendent of Police (North) has to act against Porvorim Police Inspector and a male constable who...

AAP gets a thrust in Pernem, Locals joined in large numbers

Pundalik Dhargalkar who is the independent candidate for the ensuing Zilla Panchayat elections from Dhargal constituency today officially joined the Aam Aadmi Party with...

District Court stays conviction of Ramesh Tawadkar

Panaji: The District and Sessions Court, Margao on Friday stayed the order of conviction of the Judicial Magistrate First Class, Canacona  passed recently in...