Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar today said that the Mormugao Port Trust has faced a loss of Rs 90 crore for the current financial year.
He said that the chairman of the MPT approached him with a grievance that the port did not have money to pay staff salaries.
The Goa State Pollution Control Board had recently stopped a private firm from handling coal at MPT for violation of norms.
Parrikar said that the current situation over the coal handling and stoppage had resulted in MPT losing Rs 90 crore for the current financial year. Read More…
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