The decision was taken at the annual general body meeting of the comunidade held on Sunday, after a gap of nearly seven months.
Estafano D’Mello, the comunidade’s attorney, placed before the general body 16 files pertaining to the grant of plots on lease for housing. After delving into the matter, the gaunkars gave their approval to all the files for the grant of plots, and directed the attorney to put forward the files for approval from the government.
The managing committee of the comunidade also granted the allotment of 150sqm of land, as per the 20-point programme, to Mohini Bandodkar from Marra-Pilerne as the applicant was homeless.
However, rejecting a proposal for grant of a plot to Sunita Mayker for residential purpose, the general body stated that the applicant already had a plot in her name in the Tivim comunidade
A proposal for renting out a shop in the comunidade’s premises to Lena D’Souza from Sattari was also rejected, as the gaunkars said there was no clarity with regards to whether the applicant wanted to actually set up a shop or to conduct some real estate business.
The Pilerne comunidade’s president, Rumaldo D’Souza, while announcing that the net income for 2019-2020 was Rs 95,25,591, said that dividend to the gaunkars would be distributed in December.