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Maharashtra govt committed to improve citizens’ quality of life: CM Devendra Fadnavis

The Chief Minister was addressing public meetings to campaign for BJP candidates in various talukas of Nanded, Bhandara and Gondia district for the remaining phases of Municipal Council and Nagar Panchayat polls.

By: PTI | Mumbai |
December 12, 2016 9:04:17 pm
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Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday said his government was committed to give a new face to the cities and improve quality of life of citizens in the state. He asserted that his 2-year-old government was “Aaple Sarkar” in the truest sense. The Chief Minister was addressing public meetings to campaign for BJP candidates in various talukas of Nanded, Bhandara and Gondia district for the remaining phases of Municipal Council and Nagar Panchayat polls.

Fadnavis also released BJP’s manifesto for Municipal Council elections. He spoke on what his government is doing to give a new face to cities and improve quality life of its citizens. “Every decision by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and my government is only for the poor. We are working for education, employment, health on priority basis,” the Chief Minister added.

Fadnavis said by the Right to Service Act, his government empowered citizens for 372 services and one need not go to government offices. This is ‘Aaple Sarkar’ in true sense, he said, adding the Maharashtra government was working to provide “housing for all” by 2019.

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