There was a proportion of Goans who spoke very bad, broken English and they made themselves understood with an insertion of some Konkani into their conversations. Sadly they were butt of jokes and hilarity. Some folks took to English as a matter of class as did the Goans in Goa with Portuguese I am told.
Anyway, by the time the 1960s came along, turned up noses, class consciousness, prejudice, airs and graces, and all of that human rubbish had disappeared. In fact, much of it has been erased by nature of need long before that. People stopped treating their fellow Goans as some folks in the UK treat the folk from Swindon and Wembley with their Goan Wild West ways. They too will learn in time.