Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has promised industrialists from Murbad Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) to authorize Rs 10 crore for the recovery of power distribution system in MIDC region to keep their dying industrial contrivances
The CM also said that nation might endure 50 percentages of Kalyan-Murbad railway network project fee sanctioned with the aid of Central Railway.
In Murbad MIDC, within the last 10 years out of 541 commercial units, 341 were closed in absence of right power supply and additionally in absence of right infrastructure development of the area as Murbad taluka in Thane district having a population of over 2 lakh did no longer have railway connectivity.
The industrialists’ delegation, led using Dinesh Agrawal who is president of the Murbad MIDC Manufacturers Association, on Tuesday met Fadnavis for the during his visit in Murbad with their demands requesting him to protect the dying units of MIDC.
Talking to us, Agrawal said, “After our demands, CM promised us to sanction the proposed fund of Rs 10 crore for the recovery of the new electricity distribution system in Murbad MIDC and additionally promised that Kalyan-Murbad railway line operation may even begin very soon.”