Coronavirus: Maharashtra govt announces three jumbo facility in Pune, Municipal Corporation says no money – Coronavirus: Maharashtra government announces three jumbo facility, Pune

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Maharashtra Coronavirus: In Pune, Maharashtra Corona virus infection Is growing rapidly. The state government has decided to form three jumbo facilities in collaboration with the local metropolitan municipality. Pune Municipal Corporation has to spend 300 crores for this. But the BJP-ruled Pune Municipal Corporation says that it has no money.

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Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray reached Pune on Thursday due to the ever increasing cases of corona infection in Pune. He met the officials. It was decided in the meeting that three jumbo centers will be built to reduce the corona infection for which Pune Mahanagar Palika, Pune-Pimpri Metropolitan, PMRDA and the state government will spend 300 crores. But the Mayor of Pune Metropolitan Municipality said that now he does not have money and he has already spent a lot of money.

Pune Mayor Muralidhar Mohol said that "The Pune Municipal Corporation has already spent two and a half to three hundred crores of rupees." We also have budget constraints. I have spoken to the Chief Minister that the state government should focus on this budget.

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According to the data of August 1, Pune, there are 91930 people infected with the corona virus. So far 2175 people have died. There has been an increase in cases of corona infection in the last few days. In view of the increasing cases, the Chief Minister asked the meeting to cooperate with all the representatives to reduce mortality and infection. He appealed to take a decision in the interest of people in emergency situations.

The BJP is in power in the Pune Municipal Corporation and the said statement of the Mayor is being viewed politically as well. The Congress has accused the BJP of doing politics. Congress spokesperson Sachin Sawant said, "When something happens in Mumbai, BMC is responsible and if something happens in Pune then how is the Maharashtra government responsible?" At such a time, there is a need not to do politics and work together.

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The way the cases of corona infection have been the highest in Maharashtra since day one, it is necessary that both the state government and the opposition work together so that the corona can be controlled.


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