Earlier, Aaditya Thackeray had written a letter to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to allow markets, especially in non-residential areas, to remain open all night in Mumbai, Pune, Thane, Navi Mumbai and other cities on New Year.
While a section of activists has questioned the government’s move to dispose of public land itself, eyebrows are being raised over the cabinet’s move to permit such ownership transfers at concessional rates.
Making major modifications to Mumbai’s newly approved development control regulations (DCR), the chief minister-led urban development (UD) department rolled out fresh built-up area sops and fiscal concessions to developers.
A senior official in the water conservation department told The Indian Express, “We have identified 84,000 water conservation projects, which were built in the last six decades but are now non-functional and lying abandoned.”
On September 13, The Indian Express had earlier highlighted how the Fadnavis government, which is looking at new means of raising revenues, had proposed transfers of these state lands to their lands on ownership basis.
Based on recommendations of the previous commission, the Narendra Modi government had earlier increased the share of states in central tax collections to 42 per cent from the previous level of 32 per cent.
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Nagpur, Feb 24 (ANI): Divulging details about the 653 acres of land allotted by the Maharashtra Government to Patanjali trust, Managing Director Acharya Balkrishna said the company will help the farmers get right value for their harvest. Balkrishna added that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Central minister Nitin Gadkari showed positive reaction and have agreed to help us.