The MLA of Siolim, Vinod Palyekar recently made a statement that the police have attacked on late night parties in the location of Vagator. As a result, they have shut down all the places wherein night parties organise most often. The Minister has now assured that they will soon put a close down for the noisy music parties in just 2 weeks. The minister said that they have already hindered almost 80 percent of the night parties.
In the coming couple of weeks, the Government will take all the measures to shut down the parties during late night. The Government officials have given instructions to the police about the termination of rave parties. During the parties, the people who take part in the parties take drugs in coastal regions. In a bid to put a stop to all these things, MLA Palyekar had made this official announcement.
MLA Vinod Palyekar States No More Rave Parties in the Constituency
In the constituency of Siolim, the MLA reportedly announced that no more late night parties will organise. Such rave parties will generate problems for the old aged people along with the student community. Despite passing numerous warnings and reminders for the organisers of late night music and other parties, the organisers haven’t responded to their order. Usually, these late night parties will organise between 3 am and 4 am in the early morning.
This will eventually create problems for the old aged citizens as well as the students who are preparing for different examinations. Even after sending several complaints and instructions, the people in Siolim have started misused the name of the Minister before the Police. This had stopped the Police from hindering the rave parties. Some of the hotel management members have reported that this ban of rave parties will eventually show massive impact on their hotel business.
He then said that he gave warning to all the Police officials to stop such late night parties. He would soon meet the Chief Minister in order to discuss about this issue, said the Minister Palyekar. In addition, the minister said that these late night parties are not actually the culture and tradition of our country and it is our responsibility for not showing the support for such parties.