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Maharashtra: MLAs From Hinterland To Receive MHADA Residences In Mumbai

It does not matter which party they belong to, but the Maharashtra government is responsible for them, said Awhad.

Maharashtra: MLAs From Hinterland To Receive MHADA Residences In Mumbai
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According to the latest reports, the Maharashtra government will soon be making available 300 flats in Mumbai's Goregaon for MLAs hailing from rural areas, announced housing development minister Jitendra Awhad on Thursday, March 24. 

During the present Budget session, Awhad spoke in the assembly and elaborated on how legislators who do not have a residence in Mumbai, do not represent any constituency in the city and who come from outside the Mumbai Metropolitan Region will be able to reap the benefits of this drive, highlighted accounts.

Awhad has been quoted in narratives elucidating on how many MLAs from rural areas come to Mumbai and it does not matter which party they belong to, but the Maharashtra government is responsible for them.

Based on reports, the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) will be building this housing scheme in Goregaon which will be High Income Group category flats. 

It was the first time Shiv Sena MLA Udaysingh Rajput, who represents Aurangabad's Kannad seat on Wednesday, March 23 told Balasaheb Thorat, the revenue minister in the state assembly that MLAs like him who do not have a residence in Mumbai should be given assistance. Responding to this, Thorat replied that his department will provide cooperation for such an initiative. 

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