The government should be very concerned about the many potholed roads still around besides the very erratic water and power supply. Due to lack of vision and prompt corrective measures, the Goan economy is in a muddle bringing no cheer to the small businesses in particular. The common man is struggling with rising prices of even essential commodities.
We are facing the brunt of the endless greed of our politicians who are adding more concrete buildings to an already badly battered Goa without caring to first put the basic infrastructure in place and with scant respect for our fragile environment. The garbage and sewage discharge problem has reached a point of crisis with the government having miserably also failed to tackle even the stray dogs and cattle issue. Proper healthcare needs to be provided to the poorest of the poor in hospitals and health centers across the State as we cannot allow precious lives to be lost,
Creating quality educational facilities and delivering on a good and dependable public transport system should have been the thrust of those in Power. Instead they have successfully transformed Goa into a Gambling, Prostitution, Narcotics and Crime hub.
For a State exchequer reeling under acute financial distress, as an austerity measure the government should stay away from unnecessary extravagant spending.