Maha Govt to invest Rs 37 Crore in resolving the Shirdi’s water issues
 Source : News Bharati English  Date : 09-Jul-2017

Shirdi, July 9: For eliminating the Shirdi’s water issues for next 30 years, the Maharashtra government will be spending around Rs 37 Crore. This will not only solve water issues but brings reliefs to the people in the city. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis performed the Nilwande dam work Bhumipujan for extended water supply scheme for Shirdi on Saturday. This will not only extend water supply scheme but also satisfy the need of water for next 30 years in Shirdi.

Under Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT), Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave Rs. 2000 Crore for making cities clean and beautiful. CM urged “we must have a prime focus on cleanliness”.

Fadnavis stated, “After KumbhMela's grand success, now we are ready to welcome devotees from across the globe for Centenary Celebrations of Saibaba MahaSamadhi”.

CM assured for speedy completion of Nilwande dam work and appealed all parties to come together for this cause of development. He also assured for night landing facilities at Shirdi airport and this airport will be fully operational soon.