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Joshua assures to expedite Mapusa projects



Many projects which are in the pipeline and initiated by my father will soon be taken up and completed within the next two years in Mapusa, said MLA Joshua D’Souza.

Joshua was addressing a gathering at the commencement of phase II of illumination of public streets in Mapusa.

On Tuesday, Mapusa MLA Joshua D’Souza in the presence of Aldona MLA Glenn Ticlo, chairperson of Mapusa municipality Ryan Braganza, Clen Madeira chief officer, councillor Sandip Falari and councillor Franky Carvalho inaugurated the commencement of phase II of illumination of public streetlights outside the Hindu crematorium at Dattawadi estimated to cost Rs 4.26 crore and a similar project in ward no 7 near District Hospital at Peddem. The other dignitaries present were Diniz D’Mello municipal engineer of the municipality, Abhay Gawandalkar, president, Mapusa Gramasth Hindu Sabha and all MMC councillors.

Addressing the gathering Mapusa MLA Joshua D’Souza said that he was happy that the project which was inaugurated by his father is completed and inaugurated.

“Many projects which are in the pipeline will be completed in the next two years. The town will witness a number of changes. I have met the Power Minster on Mapusa power woes who has sanctioned Rs 132 crore for undertaking underground cabling which solve our power outages” said D’Souza.

Aldona MLA Glenn Ticlo expressed happiness over the project and said that such projects are important and many similar projects need to be undertaken in the state.

The chairperson of Mapusa municipal council Ryan Braganza said, “The work was executed and completed in six months which gives a strong message that if there is unity the work on various projects can be completed at a faster pace.”

Local councillor Sandip Falari welcomed the gathering while chief officer Clen Madeira gave the vote of thanks.

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