Maharashtra Interim Budget Session adjourned sine die

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday morning conducted a meeting along with the opposition and decided to adjourn the ongoing interim budget session

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Amid the tension at the border and high alert across major cities in India including Mumbai, the Maharashtra Interim Budget session was adjourned sine die on Thursday. The session was supposed to end on March 2. 

Police personnel in large numbers are deployed for security reasons during the state legislative session. Sources informed that these additional police forces will be positioned in Mumbai and Maharashtra. 

Maharashtra Assembly on Thursday passed the appropriation bill before adjourning the interim budget session which will allow the expenditure of government funds. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday held a meeting with the state police and top officials to review the security arrangments. 

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CM Fadnavis on Thursday morning conducted a meeting along with the opposition leaders before the session and decided to adjourn the same sine die. Although, the opposition supported the decision but asked as to why so many police personnel are needed for security? Nearly 5,000 policemen have been deployed in the city.

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