Maharashtra Govt to survey damage due to unseasonal rains
Maharashtra Government on Saturday ordered a survey to ascertain the damage caused due to the recent unseasonal rains in various parts of the state.
Mumbai: Maharashtra Government on Saturday ordered a survey to ascertain the damage caused due to the recent unseasonal rains in various parts of the state.
Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan, who took charge last week, directed his Ministers to supervise the survey in their respective districts and submit a report before the Cabinet in
its meeting next week.
Addressing a press conference after the first meeting of his new Cabinet here, he said the meet took stock of the crop situation in the state.
"After the ministers submit their report, a detailed discussion would take place in the next Cabinet meeting on November 24 to finalise the steps to be taken for compensation
and relief," Chavan said.
Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar was also present. The chief minister said the winter session of the State Legislature would begin in Nagpur from December 1 as scheduled.
He also held a discussion on development package for Vidarbha with his Cabinet colleagues.
The CM has given directives to set up a special monitoring cell to review and expedite implementation of the development packages for all the four regions - Vidarbha,
Marathwada, Konkan and North Maharashtra - announced by the previous Ashok Chavan government.