Margao: Chief minister Pramod Sawant on Thursday said that “some unsatisfied souls” were trying to disrupt communal harmony in the coastal state, which will not be allowed by the peace-loving citizens of the state.
Sawant was speaking during distribution of sanction orders to the beneficiaries under Grih Adhar scheme of the state government in Margao town of South Goa.
The chief minister said that Goa has been always known for its communal harmony. “We have been cordially living here and celebrating each others’ religious festivals,” he said.
“But there are some unsatisfied souls who are trying to disrupt this communal harmony. I am sure, the Goans will not allow such attempts in the peace-loving state,” Sawant said.
In his speech, Sawant also announced the tie up with Swiggy (food delivery services) to home deliver the Ganesh Chaturthi related food items by launching a special online platform named as “Swayampoorna E-Bazaar Platform.”
He said that the facility of home delivering the food products will continue even after Ganesh Chaturthi festival and it would also be extended to handicraft items.
The chief minister on Thursday gave sanction letter of Grih Adhar scheme for 11,000 women which is in addition to the 1.36 lakh beneficiaries, who are already getting the monthly pension.