The Chief Minister Shri Laxmikant Parsekar has recently inaugurated ‘Development of Kajan Gundo Bandh- Waterfront’ which has been taken up at an estimated cost of 6.5crore at a function held at Parsem, Pernem yesterday. The function was organized by the Department of Water Resources.
The Chief Minister in his address said that development is not possible without the cooperation and support of the people. He said the construction of bus stand at Pernem, Development of Agarwada Junction, Development of road for Electronic city and  construction of building for hospital at Tuyem,  bridges at Mandrem, widening of roads at various places and other developmental works in Pernem taluka has become possible due to cooperation of local people.
The development of this Khajan Gundo Bandh has been done with the intention to prevent infiltration of saline water in farm land admeasuring 440 hector belonging to section of farmers from Parsem. The sluice gates of this bandh have been done with the use of modern technology. The development of this bandh have also been done with the objective to connect villages like Chonsai and people living beneath Vaydongar  hill. The facilities of street lights, footpath for joggers, benches and a garden and development  of road  has been done to attract tourists as well.

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