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NMC GB increased the amount for repair roads to Rs 130 crore

The re-appropriation was approved by the Standing Committee money for repair bad roads was increased by about Rs 41.5 crore.

Nagpur: In a special meeting held on Wednesday The General Assembly of the (NMC) Nagpur Municipal Corporation. Increased the allocation for repair of bad roads. The allocation in the budget of the current financial year has been increased from about Rs 103.15 crore to Rs 26.5 crore to about Rs 129.65 crore.

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Municipal commissioner whose name is Radhakrishnan B. He has stated that efforts are on to allot another Rs 8 crore very soon for the repair of bad roads. Also said that “Once again hot mix plant has resumed operations. In the middle of this rain, already two machines are working to repair these roads.

Accepting this request of ours. Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) has commissioned 1 hot mix plants out of two more hot mix plants on Wednesday. And the repair of these roads has also started. Now its second plant will also be started. State Public Works Department (PWD) officials have assured repair of around 7 roads.”

Mayor Dayashankar Tiwari has described this very special meeting of GB as historic. “Funds have been re-appropriated for the first time in the month of October. And no cuts have been made in this budget at all. Approval has been given for re-appropriation of about Rs 36.5 crore today. This will ensure repair of potholes as well as fencing of most major roads,” he said.

No shortage of money

Just a few days ago, The re-appropriation was approved by the Standing Committee. And the money for good repair of bad roads was increased by about Rs 41.5 crore.

The leader of the ruling party whose name is Avinash Thakre said that, “About Rs 15 crore Administration not Re-appropriation. But all this money will also be spent for repairing these bad roads. No shortage of money at all now. And about 16 major roads will be very well paved.”

The re-appropriation has also been approved by the general body. And for the bio-mining of this waste, about Rs 10 crore more has been allocated.

All 399 city buses will run from the date of 18 October.

With the state government resuming all other activities and commercial once again, the Municipal Commissioner named Radhakrishnan B. He also approved to resume the service of city bus once again on Wednesday. From the date of 18 October, every single city bus will ply on the roads again.

At present, around 299 buses are currently plying on the roads and there are Mini 31, MIDI 134, 228 standard size and 6 Electric.

Radhakrishnan B has also given approval to increase the fleet to around 100. Now, from the date of October 18, around 399 buses are likely to ply on the roads.

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