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Will focus on completing pending projects in Marathwada: CM Uddhav Thackeray

Thackeray was attending the Marathwada Liberation Day event virtually and said that his government will focus on completing the pending projects in Marathwada so that the region remains free of drought.

Will focus on completing pending projects in Marathwada: CM Uddhav Thackeray
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Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday attended the Marathwada liberation day event via video conference and assured that his government will focus on completing the pending projects in the region. 

The Marathwada liberation day or ‘Marathwada Mukti Sangram Din’ is celebrated each year in Aurangabad on September 17 to celebrate the region’s liberation from the State of Hyderabad. 

The Chief Minister usually attends the celebration but due to the coronavirus, Thackeray chose to attend the event via video conference. However, Maharashtra Industries Minister Subhash Desai was present in Aurangabad for the celebration of Marathwada liberation day. 

Desai, guardian minister of Aurangabad district, hoisted the national flag at ‘Mukti Sangram’ memorial in Siddharth Garden to celebrate Marathwada’s integration to India. The event was also attended by Maharashtra Minister Abdul Sattar and Sandipan Bhumre. 

While addressing the event via video conference, the Chief Minister said that the Maharashtra government will focus on completing the pending projects in Marathwada so that the region remains free of drought. 

“We will focus on completing the development projects in Marathwada so that the region remains free of drought. There were many hurdles in the development of the region, mainly drought. Fortunately, rains have been good this year,” Thackeray said. 

Speaking about the Marathwada liberation day, Thackeray appealed the people from Marathwada to come forward in the battle against the coronavirus. He also talked about developing Aurangabad city through a development authority. 

Meanwhile, Desai earlier informed that nearly 8,403 unskilled workers registered on the state government’s ‘Maha Jobs’ portal will be trained by the skill development and entrepreneurship department where they will be imparted vocational training as required. 

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