Kim Calpong Desk
Panaji: “Respected Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President JP Nadda must at least tell Fraud Minister Dr. . The Purplefest bid was submitted by the Ministry of Information and Public Affairs, which will open on January 2, 2023. Surprisingly, BJP’s in-house agency has already started work.
Released a video of the work in progress at the ESG Complex with audio from one Siddhesh Dessai, claiming the work was for the ‘Purple Fest -2023’ organized by the Department of Social Welfare, Amarnath Panjikar from Goa Pay serious attention to fraud involving nearly 6 to 7 crore to the State Disability Board and take action.
“After turning IFFI into India’s International Fraud Festival, Goa’s Entertainment Association Chairman Subhash Fardesay is now making big bucks with Purple Fest Goa 2023. “This act of the Lokayukta-sanctioned corrupt BJP government reveals its indifference to society,” said Amarnath Panjikar.
The bid was submitted by the Information and Public Affairs Office on behalf of the Department of Social Services on December 27, 2022. “The appointment of an event management agency to provide all the necessary infrastructure logistics for the ‘Purple Fest’ to be held at his ESG complex in Panaji from 6 to 8 January 2023.” Bids will be opened at 11:00 am on Monday, January 2, 2023. How can the agency start working before the tender is open? asked Amarnath Panjikar.
“Chief Secretary Punit Kumar Goel has scrapped the bidding process and said that a particular Siddhesh Dessai, whose audio is included in a video showing work in progress at the ESG complex, said that vehicle number GA07P7770 was a sticker from MLA and Who allowed the agency to start work on the ESG complex before the tender was opened,” said Amarnath Panjikar.
The BJP government is obsessed with event management. It has become a lucky tool for the Prime Minister, all ministers, the MLA and his BJP secretariat. They misused funds during his 18-minute swearing-in ceremony, spending around Rs 600 crore, said Amanaspanzikar.
“We have officially sent a letter to the secretary urging him to take the looting of the state treasury seriously. If he does not act, we will consider other options,” said Amarnath Panjikar.