M’rashtra announces Rs. 49,248-cr infra projects

    Devendra Fadanvis
    The state government in Maharashtra has recently announced a Rs. 49,248-cr development 'package' for Marathwada region, under which, important projects including infrastructure and irrigation will be completed in a time-bound and phased manner in the next four years. This is the first time in eight years that the State Cabinet meeting was held in Aurangabad region and remained focused on an area reeling under acute drought but witnessed heavy rains in the last few days, leading to crop damage and loss of life and property on a larger scale. As per the announcement, Rs. 9,291-cr will go for irrigation, Rs. 5,326-cr on railway network, Rs. 3,000-cr for road projects, Rs. 250-cr for airport expansion, Rs. 450-cr for micro-irrigation and Rs. 1,885 for water conservation works.
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