Ashok Chavan addressed concerns regarding the redevelopment project in Bandra

In a meeting held with several MLAs and officials, Chavan said that the state government is positive with regards to transforming the government colony at Bandra (East) through the rehabilitation project.

Ashok Chavan addressed concerns regarding the redevelopment project in Bandra

In a recently released statement, Maharashtra's Public Works Minister Ashok Chavan has said that the government is positive with regard to transforming the government colony located in Bandra East. Information regarding this project was given at the meeting held at the Ministry in connection with various demands regarding the government colony.

Adding more about the plan he said that adequate staff for the maintenance and repair work along with necessary funds will be provided for the rehabilitation project. He has directed a committee of five members to submit a report in the next 15 days by focusing on the measures to be taken to keep the existing buildings in good condition. Chavan further said that the funds required will be made available immediately and the same will be discussed with CM Uddhav Thackeray once the report is submitted by the committee.

Representatives of the residents also shared their problems in the meeting. Besides this, the team from the Public Works Department (PWD) also made a presentation to highlight the situation thereby bringing it to Minister Chavan's notice. However, he confirmed that the state government was positive regarding all the necessary measures which will be provided to the relief of the residents from the colony in Bandra.

Besides Ashok Chavan, the meeting was attended by MLA Zeeshan Siddiqui, MLA Shirish Chaudhary, former MLA Baba Siddiqui, Additional Chief Secretary of PWD Manoj Sounik, Secretary of the construction department - Ajit Sagane, other senior officials and resident representatives of the colony

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