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Maharashtra tables supplementary demands worth ₹11,445 cr.

first_imgTargetting the urban and semi-urban population of the State, the government on Wednesday presented supplementary demands worth ₹11,445 crore, with focus on metro projects in Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur.With this the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-Shiv Sena government’s total supplementary demands — additional grant to meet government expenditure — have now touched ₹1,47,351 crore since December 2014. The Urban Development Department (UDD) under Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is one of the biggest beneficiaries of these supplementary demands with ₹1,686.10 crore allocation. With focus on metro projects in Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur the government has made an allocation of ₹660.73 crore which include subordinate debt, state government equity in the project. A sum of ₹189.26 crore was allocated for Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP) II, while₹250 crore is the proposed state capital in the special purpose vehicle formed for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train.Focusing on Municipal Corporations and municipal councils, the government has allocated ₹190 crore and ₹546.47 crore respectively. For corporations the money is meant to improve the basic amenities in their respective areas while for councils it is to provide funds for distinctive works in their areas.Rural infrastructureSensing the need to make money available for rural areas for developmental works in villages, including improving infrastructure, the government has made an allocation of ₹1,000 crore of which ₹100 crore has been allocated for road repairs in rural areas. It has also been decided to provide ₹220.31 crore under MLA/ MLC local development program. Boosting one of its much-publicised afforestation programme, the government has allocated ₹274.60 crores and an additional ₹30 crore for publicity of the same. The government will also be buying two new helicopters at a cost of ₹159.63 crore. It has also been proposed to make a provision of ₹6.63 crore for rehabilitation of families involved in the business of horse-drawn carriages in Mumbai city as per a Bombay High Court order. The State’s cooperation department is the biggest beneficiary of supplementary demands with ₹1,853.52 crore of which ₹1,528 crore will used to repay the loan taken from nationalised banks on government guarantee by the Maharashtra State Cooperative Marketing Federation for the purchase of tur dal. The government has also made an allocation of ₹769.02 crore in Public Health Department for Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jan Arogya Yojna.Following the strike called by state anganwadi workers demanding hike in moratorium which was accepted by the government, it has now made an allocation of ₹493.64 crore in supplementary demands. A sum of ₹500 crore has been allocated for Integrated Child Development Services Scheme.Pension schemeMaharashtra government also announced a ₹15 crore pension fund for senior journalists who have worked in the field for at least 20 years and completed 60 years of age.The other significant demands include ₹5 crore for the development and recarpetting of airstrips of Karad and Chandrapur airports.It has been decided to provide additional funds of ₹159.63 crore for the purchase of two helicopters for the air travel of very very important persons (VVIPs).last_img

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