Pune: Resolve Issues Of Newly Incorporated Villages In PMC Immediately, Ajit Pawar Directs Officials

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Mumbai/Pune, 29th June 2021: The Maharashtra State government is committed to developing the areas that have recently been included in the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) limits. All departments should work together to sort out these areas’ pending issues immediately, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar directed officials on Tuesday.

He was chairing a meeting to discuss various issues in Pune city.

The meeting was attended by Rural Development Minister Hasan Mushrif, Housing Minister Jitendra Awhad, Minister of State for Rural Development Abdul Sattar, Minister of State for Urban Development Prajakt Tanpure, MLA Sunil Tingre, Leader of Opposition in Pune Municipal Corporation Deepali Dhumal, former deputy mayor Dr Siddharth Dhende, Additional Chief Secretary of Rural Development Department Rajesh Kumar, Additional Chief Secretary of Water Supply Department Dr Sanjay Chahande, Additional Chief Secretary of School Education Department Vandana Krishna, Additional Chief Secretary of Revenue Department Dr Nitin Karir, Principal Secretary Urban Development Mahesh Pathak, MHADA Chief Executive Officer Anil Diggikar, Member Secretary Maharashtra Life Authority Kishorraje Nimbalkar, Pune Municipal Commissioner Vikram Kumar (via video conference), Collector Dr Rajesh Deshmukh (via VC), Pune Zilla Parishad Chief Executive Officer Ayush Prasad (via VC), Chief Executive Officer of Slum Rehabilitation Authority Rajesh Nimbalkar (via VC) and other senior officials and people’s representatives.

The deputy chief minister instructed the officials to take immediate steps to rehabilitate MHADA’s old and dilapidated buildings that fall within the PMC limits at the meeting. Pawar also asked them to take necessary action to transfer the schools and Anganwadis in the villages included in the boundaries to the PMC.

He also instructed the officials to send a proposal to transfer Shivane, Uttam Nagar, and Kondhawe-Dhawade water supply schemes under the Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran. He also requested the transfer of Agrasen School land to the PMC like Balgram in the Pune Municipal Corporation Development Plan. The deputy chief minister also reiterated the State government’s commitment to the rapid and comprehensive development of Pune city.




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