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MARGAO: South Goa MP Francisco Sardinha on Friday once again urged Chief Minister, Manohar Parrikar to consider the plight of the Goan youth awaiting government jobs since the last several months.
During an interaction with newsmen during his visit to the district Collectorate on Friday, Sardinha reminded the Chief Minister that governance is a continuous process and that appointments given by the previous government cannot be set aside by the present one.
Meanwhile, Sardinha informed that the Chief Passport Officer Muktesh Pardessi along with his team from Delhi landed in the Goa Passport office upon his invitation to redress the grievances of the local people.
MP pointed out that he has reminded the Chief Passport Officer that a proposal to open a sub-office in Margao is pending with the Centre for too long and urged him to take up the matter with the Ministry to ensure that the proposal gets a nod from the Cabinet. “The Chief Passport Officer and his team had an interaction with the aggrieved people in the Passport office and issued directions to get them redressed”, he said, adding that the team will again have another round of interaction with the applicants.