Maharashtra Interim Budget Session may be adjourned early

The police personnel deployed for the ongoing Maharashtra budget session will be positioned for the security of Mumbai and the state

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Amid the tension on the border between India and Pakistan after the Pulwama terror attack and retaliation from both sides, the ongoing interim budget session in Maharashtra may be adjourned. According to sources, all the parties will meet on Thursday after which the ongoing interim budget session might get adjourned. 

The police personnel, in large numbers, are deployed for security reasons during the state session in the legislature. However, sources informed that these police personnel will be positioned for monitoring Mumbai and the state. 

Before the state budget session is adjourned, the Maharashtra Legislature aims to pass the Appropriation bill as it allows the expenditure of government funds. Earlier on Wednesday, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis held a meeting with the top brass in Maharashtra police to review the security arrangements in the state. 

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Moreover, CM Fadnavis also had a meeting along with the opposition leaders to decide on the same. Nearly 5,000 police personnel have been positioned on duty for security measures. 

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