Delivering his address, he said Chief Minister Digambar Kamat’s government is not ready to accept good suggestions to improve the administration and also added that it does not even accept constructive criticism.
He lamented that money has come to rule in Goa and pointed out that youngsters are forced to pay huge sums of money to politicians and their agents to get a job after completing their education.
He revealed that his suggestion to penalize a Sarpanch if a file is not cleared by the panchayat within a week and head of the department if the file is not cleared within a month, was not accepted by the government, as a result of which, the common man is made to suffer.
Fr. Mario Pereira who felicitated children on the occasion opined that Goa needed a few honest MLAs and added that it was the responsibility of the citizens to elect sincere persons.
Child artistes Shenaya Pereira, Cameroon Pereira and Rajat Morajker along with the students who had secured highest marks in the village at the SSC and HSSC exams were felicitated on the occasion.