Pune: NCP Asked For Fund Of 10,000 Crores For Development Of 34 Villages
Pune, 11th October 2022: In the 34 villages newly included in the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), the citizens are suffering greatly as they are not getting basic amenities. In many villages, there is no permanent drinking water system, no water supply by private tankers, an inadequate system for garbage collection, roads badly damaged during monsoons, and basic health facilities are not available to the citizens.
A large number of citizens who came to Pune city for IT and other industrial sectors have taken their flats in the societies in these included villages and the current system of the PMC is failing to provide facilities to all these citizens.
Establishing STP plants, starting a water supply scheme, and building infrastructure to provide quality health facilities to citizens, these works need to be done urgently.
A statement was given to the Pune Municipal Commissioner on behalf of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) that a demand of Rs 10,000 crores should be demanded from the state government to make all these facilities available to the citizens of these included villages immediately.
Similarly, there is a large number of potholes on major roads in Pune city and accidents are caused due to these potholes hence, the potholes should be repaired. The water supply in Pune is disturbed and the water supply is stopped at least one day every week.
Demands were also made on this occasion to clean the city by disposing of all the garbage seen in the place, to take care of the stray animals and dogs in the city, to take an immediate decision regarding the water tanks built under the common water supply scheme and to bring them into use and to ensure smooth water supply to the citizens.
On this occasion, City President Prashant Jagtap said, “It is very necessary to get the said funds for creating basic facilities in the villages of Pune and this regard, the delegation of Pune City Nationalist Congress Party under the leadership of respected opposition leader of Maharashtra Ajit Pawar will meet the Chief Minister Eknath Shinde in the coming week. The role of the NCP is to provide facilities in the villages and the NCP will make all efforts to get the facilities in these villages.”
On this occasion City President Prashant Jagtap, MP/Vandana Chavan, MLA Sunil Tingre, Chetan Tupe, Ankush Kakade Ravindra Malvadkar, Deepak Mankar, Dipali Dhumal, Vishal Tambe, Ashwini Kadam, Mahendra Pathare, Nilesh Nikam, Pradeep Gaikwad, Kakasaheb Chavan, Shrikant Patil and other officials were present.
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