Mumbai will bring back the rights people who left Thane: Chief Minister Eknath Shinde leader

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Thane, Leader News Service : The cluster scheme is not limited to Thane but is meant for all citizens living in dangerous as well as authorized and unauthorized buildings in the MMR region. Ordinary citizens can no longer afford to buy a house in Mumbai, Thane. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has announced in Thane that he will try to bring back the rights people who have left Mumbai and Thane because many people are not even getting house rent. Several redevelopment projects have been shelved. The Chief Minister said that these projects will also be launched by raising funds through government agencies. On this occasion, the logo of the cluster was also unveiled by the Chief Minister.

Chief Minister Eknath Shinde concluded the groundbreaking ceremony of Asia’s largest cluster scheme at Kisannagar on Monday. Also, an office of Cluster Redevelopment has been created at Kashish Park to manage the operations of the Group Development Scheme. This office will also be inaugurated by Shinde. Public Works Minister Ravindra Chavan, Thane District Guardian Minister Shumbraj Desai, Agriculture Minister Abdul Sattar, MP Dr. Shrikant Shinde, MP Kumar Ketkar, MLA Pratap Sarnaik, MLA Sanjay Kelkar, Municipal Commissioner Abhijit Bangar, etc. were present.

Eknath Shinde said, I used to dream of how the cluster would be but today I am happy that that dream is coming true. There were no plans for an unauthorized, dangerous building. We protested, fought on the streets, marched. It was approved in principle during the Prithviraj Chavan era. But in real sense, in 2014, Devendra Fadnavis tried to remove the error by doing scholarly work. The Agriculture Minister immediately gave the plot.

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