Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on Monday mentioned his authorities’s precedence is to work for the widespread man and it’s dedicated to extending the reservation advantages to the Different Backward Lessons, Maratha and Dhangar communities.
Talking on the nation’s 76th Independence Day after hoisting the nationwide flag on the state secretariat because the CM for the primary time, Mr Shinde mentioned a number of elements of the state have witnessed floods as a result of heavy rainfall.
“We started working from day one and our priority is to work for the common man, farmers, the working class,” he mentioned.
“The government is committed to extending the benefits of reservation to the OBCs, Maratha and Dhangar (shepherd) communities,” he added. The CM mentioned 15 lakh hectares of land in 28 districts of the state has been affected as a result of floods. The help to the affected individuals has been doubled, he mentioned.
“To find a permanent solution to the floods, we are undertaking a programme of deepening and desilting of rivers in a scientific manner,” he mentioned.