CM Laxmikant Parsekar: Goa is lagging behind in IT sector


Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar on Friday conceded that the beach front state has been falling behind in creating Information Technology (IT) when contrasted with a state like Telangana.

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“On the off chance that we contrast our state with Telangana, we are junior in the field of IT. On the off chance that Telangana has done graduation, we are just in registration to the extent IT is concerned,” Mr Parsekar said in the wake of marking a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Telangana to learning partaking in IT field.

Telangana IT priest K T Rama Rao was available for the occasion to sign MoU with Goa, which was hung on Friday in South Goa.

Expressing that Goa will accelerate IT improvement, Mr Parsekar included that the state would finish its “graduation” when Telangana does its post-graduation.

Goa chief minister asserted that there were some “touchy” individuals in the state, who were making deterrent in the modern improvement of the state.

“In Goa, a portion of the general population are touchy. They are more agonized over environment. I can comprehend their stress, however misrepresentation of specific things obstruct the improvement of the state,” Mr Parsekar said.

“Being a little state, we should be watchful yet abundance in specific things makes issues,” he said.

Mr Parsekar said Goa has effectively recognized two spots, where land stick be gained for setting up IT Park and Electronic City.

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