Akola: 56% construction of homes completed & state sends Rs 7,000 Cr proposal to centre for farmers

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By Accommodation Times Bureau

AKOLA:

State and Central Government initiatives are being implemented for the benefit of common citizens. Housing, drinking water, irrigation wells, plans should be implemented in the proper manner and within the prescribed period, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said.

Chief Minister reviewed the situation of in Akola district, implementation of state and central government’s initiatives of law and order.

“The State Government has decided to effectively implement the policy of providing homes for all and 17,310 houses have been sanctioned in the district. Out of this, 56 per cent of housework has completed.”, CM said. He further added, district collector should pay special attention to the construction of these households. In addition to relaxing the various conditions to get everyone home, the residents have decided to regularise encroachment. After regularizing such encroachment, the authorities will give the certificate of ownership to the relatives.

Chief Minister said, although there is satisfactory rain in the district, the situation of crops in some places is not proper due to the rainfall clause. Five talukas have received less rainfall. Drought-related measures have been implemented in the respective taluka. After this, if there is less than 50 % in crop harvesting, in that area, drought-prone measures can be implemented. For the help of farmers, a proposal of Rs 7,000 crore has been presented to the centre.

CM also spoke about new projects, scholarships, ponds, crop loan, drinking water.





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