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Development to reach last person to revive Mumbai’s glory: CM Shinde

Chief Minister was addressing a house of assembly which is the last day today said that he will speed up the state while giving justice to all the elements of society.

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Mumbai: Panchamrit will try to reach the last person in the state of development proposed by the state budget, said Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde here on Saturday.

Chief Minister was addressing a house of assembly which is the last day today said that he will speed up the state while giving justice to all the elements of society.

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The Chief Minister was speaking while replying to the discussion held under the final week proposal and rule 293.

Shinde said that nine months have been completed since the establishment of the government of common people. Record work has been done by holding full-time conventions and people’s problems can be solved only through dialogue and dialogue. We aim to reach the last element from the plans of Panchamrita.

The Chief Minister said this government, which is working with the concept of comprehensive development, has made substantial provision for various sectors like infrastructure, agriculture, health, social justice, women, tribal development, education. Our concept of development, thinking of progress is comprehensive and our government is working with the passion for the development of Maharashtra. That is why more than 12 crore people of Maharashtra are optimistic.

There is a crisis on farmers in the state and this government stands firmly behind them. We are not one to look back for help in times of trouble. That’s why everyone from onion growers to drought sufferers have faith in this government. The Chief Minister also expressed his belief that the government will not leave them in the wind.

Known as a government that fulfills people’s expectations only because of bold decisions, the double engine has increased the pace of development in this state, said Shinde.

The bullet train of development is on its way. The Center has also provided large amounts of funds for various schemes for Maharashtra. About 32 thousand 780 crores have been given by the central government to Maharashtra. Be it the MTHL project in Mumbai, or the coastal road, metro works, cement concreting of roads, various infrastructure works have picked up pace. The Chief Minister said the first phase of Metro III will be inaugurated by the end of the year.

The bullet train project, which will be historic for India, has been speeded up and space has been made available in BKC. Let’s also start this very first bullet train in India. Mumbai – Nagpur Hindu Heart Emperor Balasaheb Thackeray Prosperity Maharashtra Highway has been planned to be made safer, the Chief Minister said.

In the past few years, Mumbai’s stagnant development and potholes have been eradicated and Mumbai’s past glory has to be restored. We are trying to bring back Mumbaikars who have gone out. Mumbai is and will continue to be the financial capital of the country. The importance of Mumbai will not diminish. Saying that we will not let it go down, we have also cleared the way for the redevelopment that has been stalled for years.

The Chief Minister said on this occasion that the Koli brothers who are Bhoomiputra of Mumbai will also get their rightful houses by surveying and demarcating their Koliwades and independent villages, said Shinde.

After our government came, not only in Mumbai but also in the Mumbai metropolitan area, we are constructing houses on a large scale through CIDCO, MHADA, SRA, MMRDA, saying that today’s generation, the youth want a government that works, and we are ‘performing’. Chief Minister assured that this government, which is in the minds of the people, will continue to move vigorously for the common people.

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