State asks centre to allot Rs. 4.032 Cr in general budget for Maharashtra 

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New Delhi  – The Maharashtra government has demanded allotment of Rs. 4, 032 Cr in general budget for the development of projects in Maharashtra.

The Union finance minister Arun Jetly held a meeting with the states finance ministers of all states and union territories on Saturday.

In the meeting, MoS of Finance department of Maharashtra government Dipak Kesarkar has presented details of projects that are needed to be implemented in the state. He told Jetly that, to recover the loss of local self bodies, to develop the tourism in Aurangabad and renovation of Sevagram at Vardha state needed around Rs. 4, 032 Cr funds.

State government has also asked to keep old policy of funding for centre financed schemes and more contribution for the development of state police machinery on guidelines of union government.

The Union Finance minister is scheduled to present annual general budget on 29th February, later this month.