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BJP have done nothing for Vasco in the field of sports – NCP Minority President Nazir Khan

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NCP Minority President, Nazir Khan on Friday has alleged that the BJP MP South Narendra Sawaikar and BJP MLA’s of Mormugao Taluka have done nothing for the taluka in the field of Sports.

Khan said that MP Sawaikar had done zero development and reminded Sawaikar of his earlier assurance of developing Bhute Bhat Grounds at the estimated cost if Rs 1 crore.

“Sawaikar had assured that he would develop the ground and put added infrastructure and even shift the road. He has not even made a single visit to the Taluka after he was elected as MP. Today we are deprived of infrastructure or facility at this grounds and children playing on this ground don’t even have a toilet. Both MLA’s of BJP Carlos and Milind have also not done anything much for this ground and the ground is stinking without a toilet. Sawaikar had assured extension of this ground but failed miserably and while the development is zero in actuality, BJP claim development on newspaper and media “said Khan

Another sports man Rajendra Naik said that the indoor badminton court was sometimes used to shift people during demolition drives.

“everytime their is a demolition drive, they Rehabilitate people here in badminton court and the people live here for months together and we are not sure if this a sports indoor complex or someone’s house. Last time during Baina demolition, people were shifted here and they created a mess in the court. The court is riddling with mosquito menace and even during elections, Govt shifts CISF personnel in the courts. “said Naik.

Another sportsman Rajesh Pawar also complained that the court lacked lighting facility and did not have any mantainence and proper toilet facility and water connection

” Govt is doing nothing and the mantainence if this indoor court is done by players. We contribute for the mantainence. We have taken care of lighting and polishing of courts by personal contributions “said Pawar