Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Bishop's Palace at Althino, Panjim is infested with Bamon Raj and its consequences - unbridled corruption

Today is 9th April. On this day in 1999 then Goa Archbishop Raul N. Gonsalves began the selling Vanxim to Bamon Mahendra Gaunekar. This detail is recorded in Joint Development Agreement.  This process was completed by his successor and current Archbishop Felipe Neri Ferrao on February 11, 2006. The island whose agrarian nature sort to be drastically changed into Golf, Spa, Five Star hotel etc. The fruit of Bamon Raj conspiracy has been the scandalous sale of Vanxim at dirt cheap prices ranging from Rs.6 to Rs. 20 per square meter.

The content of Joint Development Agreement which points to the disgusting reality of the Bamon Raj having a field day and complete control over Goa State is as follows "That as per the recent draft Master Plan 2021 released for comments, the island is shown to have three zones Orchard, Paddy and Settlement and that the First Party shall have the entire island converted to Settlement Zone". The First Party referred here is Mahendra Gaunekar. He is to influence Goa State administration to get paddy fields classified as settlement zone! So that means scandal of paddy fields changed into settlement zone in survey number 8 of Vanxim under Malar Panchayat jurisdiction originates with Mahendra Gaunekar.

If Archbishop Raul N.Gonsalves was not to bend down to sell Vanxim this would not have been the situation today. He has completely surrendered himself to Bamon Raj. Today is a day to remember and decry the stupid decision to sell Vanxim that Archbishop Raul Nicolau Gonsalves took on 9th April 1999 and followed up further by his successor Archbishop Bamon Felipe Neri Ferrao on 11th February 2006.

The conclusion of all these shady deals is plain and clear: Bishop's Palace at Althino, Panjim is infested with Bamon Raj and its consequences - unbridled corruption. It needs to be cleaned up now.

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