LabourNet company was paid Rs 2.54 cr, alleges GF

21 Sep 2020 06:29 PM

Once again the Goa Forward party came down heavy on the BJP government and its labour and revenue department. On Monday Goa Forward alleged that the company LabourNet was paid Rs 2.54 crore by state government, violating their own contract rules. GF also said that there are documents under RTI Act to prove that the company was given this benefit, even though it had failed to adhere to the norms of the contract.



On Monday, Goa Forward Vice President Durgadas Kamat said that the LabourNet company was hired in January 2019 with the mandate to train at least 10,000 Building and other construction workers within six months. The contract was for one year. He pointed out that the contract was renewed in January 2020 despite the fact that the company failed to complete its target. 

Reporter: Clinton Dsouza | Desk: Clinton Dsouza



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