Maharashtra CM to inaugurate water supply scheme
Udhhav Thackarey to inaugurate water supply scheme in Aurangabad on December 12
Aurangabad (Maharashtra) [India]: Maharashtra Chief Minister Udhhav Thakarey is set to inaugurate four major development projects, including a Rs 1,680 crore water supply scheme at Aurangabad this Saturday.
As per Aurangabad Guardian Minister Subhash Desai, the new water supply scheme will be the largest in the state in terms of expenditure and cost. “The scheme will cover every area of the city and serve for 90,000 tap connections and will include 49 elevated reservoirs and four ground reservoirs,” Desai said while addressing a virtual press conference on Wednesday.
Along with this scheme, the Chief Minister will also inaugurate the memorial formed in the memory of his father Late Balasaheb Thackeray, along with 152 crore road works in the city which will connect 23 roads.
Desar also assured that there would be no lack of funds as far as city development projects were concerned.
The inauguration will also be attended by State ministers Eknath Shinde, Abdul Sattar and Subhash Desai at the Garware stadium.