Governor, Shri. P.S. Sreedharan Pillai along with spouse Smt Reetha Sreedharan Pillai visited Sattari Taluka as part of “Sampurna Goa Yatra” today.
The Governor, Shri. P. S. Sreedharan Pillai interacted with Sarpanch and members of village Panchayats of Nagargoa, Mauxi and Sanvandem. Governor assured the local elected representatives full assistance in their future endeavors after the sarpanchas presented a brief report of the development activities in their areas.
Citing the motto behind initiating the Sampurna Goa Yatra, the Governor informed that he wants to understand the village life and life of the people from remote areas. He said if one has to make a personal opinion about the State or the public, basic information plays a vital role, the Governor added.
Where there is a will there’s a way, the Governor said and urged Goan to come forward to make Goa golden. He also heaped praises on Goans for their contribution in socio-economic areas.
Talking about the local languages, the Governor asserted that mother tongue is the best language to prosper in life. Last seven months, I have been trying to understand both the local languages which have a rich contribution in nation building, he said.
The Governor offered prayers and took the blessings of Shree Brahmadev Temple at Carambolim in Sattari taluka. Shri Pankaj Khadilkar, Panch and President of Devasthan and Shri Sakharam Desai, Past President of Devasthan welcomed the Governor.
Noted personality from Sattari taluka, Shri Rajendra Kerkar briefed him with the ancient historical importance of the Shree Brahmadev sculpture in Brahmakalmali. Pujari of Devasthan Shree Sanjay bhau kelkar felicitated the Governor by offering a memento.
Later, the Governor visited Government High School, Ambede in Nagargao village. Prashant Marathe, Sarpanch Nagargao, Shri Ashok Chari, Sarpanch Savordem, Smt. Vandana Gawas, Sarpanch, Mauxi in Sattari taluka along with the Secretary to the Governor Shri Mihir Vardhan, IAS, and Senior Officers graced the occasion.
Later, the Governor visited the Police Training School at Valpoi.