Suffered loss from Mumbai rains? Don't worry, govt offers help
Mumbai rains have led to chaos in the city and caused much damage to businesses. Now, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has rushed to help and said that the state government would help all those who have suffered losses due to torrential rains in Nagpur city.
Mumbai rains have led to chaos in the city and caused much damage to businesses. Now, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has rushed to help and said that the state government would help all those who have suffered losses due to torrential rains in Nagpur city. He also announced an inquiry into the incident of waterlogging in Vidhan Bhavan premises leading to adjournment of state Assembly on Friday.
The Chief Minister also said that it is necessary that all the provisions are in place at Vidhan Bhavan. He also assured the state Assembly that those who are responsible for waterlogging, actions would be taken against them.
Replying to Opposition criticism in state Assembly, Fadnavis made it clear that appropriate action would be taken against erring officials if they have failed in ensuring preparedness for the Monsoon session, reported DNA.
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Soon after the House began functioning on Monday, leader of Opposition in state assembly Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil and NCP leader Ajit Pawar raised the issue of waterlogging. Both Vikhe-Patil and Pawar questioned the very rationale behind holding the Monsoon session in Nagpur.
The report also stated that, Pawar said that it was prerogative of Government to decide whether to hold Monsoon session in Nagpur or Mumbai but adjournment for the entire day on Friday has exposed the preparedness. He demanded action against the official for failure of the Government machinery on Friday leading to power cut at Vidhan Bhavan and waterlogging in premises.