Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray and Deputy CM Ajit Pawar pay tribute to police personnel who lost their lives in the line of duty on Police Commemoration Day, in Mumbai. Police Commemoration Day is celebrated every year to pay tribute to the martyred policemen. This time CM Uddhav Thackeray and Deputy CM Ajit Pawar reached the memorial site to pay tribute. Significantly, once again Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday directed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to take strict action against illegal constructions in the city.
Instructions given to BMC to demolish illegal construction
He said in a statement that the government is with the BMC and no pressure will be tolerated to save such constructions. He said that illegal construction will not be tolerated in Mumbai. Ward officers should act promptly and diligently and should not succumb to any pressure. We stand with you. CM further said in the meeting that the civic body has been directed to adopt a transparent process to complete the tender process for repair of roads in the city and not to give any chance to create doubts to anyone. In a virtual meeting, Thackeray also directed the civic body to install CCTV cameras and take strict action against people throwing debris on the Eastern and Western Express Highways.
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Work given to repair roads and sidewalks
Complimenting the BMC for its work during the pandemic, the Chief Minister asked the officials to focus on the works related to roads, footpaths, sanitation and other infrastructure and to complete the projects in a time bound manner. Wants to beautify the city with the facilities. Ensure that the work of roads, footpaths, dividers, gardens is completed within the stipulated time frame and also looks beautiful and neat. given in the convened meeting. They assume significance considering the BMC elections to be held early next year.
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