Responding to the accusations, Shiv Sena corporator Yashvant Jadhav said, “We will not allow plots to fall into the hands of builders. The plots will be acquired and developed as per the reservations.”
Officials said they were confident that the civic body would spend over 88 per cent of its proposed capital expenditure this year. They attributed the improvement to a slew of administrative reforms on budgetary discipline and realistic budgets.
Demanding the mayor’s resignation on moral grounds, Raja said: “The Sena is pretending to be clean. They have shown false documents to the media about my signature being on the paper that proposed that the reservation be cancelled.”
In addition to the 20 member TVC, the BMC has also formed seven zonal TVCs for better coordination. Zone 2 TVC, which consists of Dadar-Parel area, will inspect 68 roads that have 6,939 hawking pitches, this month.
Mumbai, Feb 24 (ANI): The Mumbai Fire Brigade on Wednesday submitted an investigation report on a fire which occurred during the 'Make in India' programme last week to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), in which it has accused the organizers of the event of 'gross negligence'. Pratap Rahangdale, Chief Fire Officer of Mumbai Fire Brigade, said that report was prepared by analyzing accounts of several witnesses and circumstantial evidence. He said that they have opened the report for the public. We studied circumstantial evidence and witness accounts. Rahangdale added that he was also one of the witnesses, as I was the first one to use extinguisher there. By studying all that we arrived at the chain of events leading to fire and prepared a final report.