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‘BJP did bhoomipuja of same road thrice’

Nagpur: District guardian minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule’s Jansamwad marketing campaign took an ugly activate Monday when a meeting with people was once convened at Dharampeth zone office. Three Congress corporators Darshani Dhawad, Harish Gwanbanshi and Kamlesh Chowdhari accused ruling BJP of deceptive voters of West Nagpur.
The three Congress corporators alleged that since 2014, BJP leaders including West Nagpur MLA Sudhakar Deshmukh had three times carried out bhoomipuja of a 1400m stretch connecting Dabha to Khadgaon. The Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) was once meant to build the road as it comes underneath its jurisdiction.

The MLA from West Nagpur had carried out the bhoomipuja in 2010 simply after the meeting polls and announced that the road work would get started. The price of works was once round Rs1.5 crore. “Nothing came about after that and once more in 2014 simply sooner than the meeting polls, Deshmukh carried out bhoomipuja of the same street. Now in November ultimate year, bhoomipuja was once carried out for the 3rd time,” Dhawad claimed throughout Bawankule’s Jansamwad.

“Does BJP in point of fact need development?” Dhawad requested. The truth is that the ruling celebration is simply deceptive the typical voters, the trio alleged.

Dhawad, who stays in Dabha, told NewsTread that the road would receive advantages no less than 50,000 citizens who are staying in 49 layouts and 14 housing societies. Deshmukh admitted the delay and clarified that earlier it was once meant to be tarred but later the verdict was once modified to concretize the road. “The finances for the work too was once revised from Rs1.5 crore to Rs7 crore,” the West Nagpur MLA defined. Following instructions from Bawankule, Deshmukh confident that the work will get started inside per week.

Gwalbanshi also raised the issue of the NMC spending money from its kitty for containing guardian minister’s Janswamwad and not using a mention of the civic body in the hoardings positioned on the venue. Bawankule confident to reimburse the expenditure for his Janswamwads from the state executive.

As many as 150 court cases bearing on illegal buildings, choked sewer lines, non-functioning street lights had been resolved in the public meeting attended by mayor Nanda Jichkar, different senior corporators and zone’s assistant commissioner Mahesh Morone.

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