Maharashtra CM’s Relief Fund Used to send Dance Troup to Bangkok
The grant of Rs. eight lakh from Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Relief Fund for a move troupe’s visit to Thailand has started a column with the restriction scrutinizing the BJP-drove government’s “needs” during a period when the state is reeling under serious dry season. A RTI question documented by dissident Anil Galgali observed that Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis affirmed Rs 8 lakh for an administration workers move troupe to take an interest in an opposition in Bangkok in December. He authorized the whole that was exchanged to Sachivalaya Gymkhana for the move challenge. On the other hand, an authority of the CMO said there is no wrongdoing in dispensing of the asset.
Enrolled in 1967 with the philanthropy chief, the CM’s help asset can be utilized for subsidizing social exercises, the authority said, in the midst of mounting feedback of the move. Maharashtra Congress General Secretary Sanjay Dutt said the administration’s needs are defective. “It attaches more importance to funds for dance than funds for drought,” he said. NCP representative Nawab Malik said that the state government “which does not have funds to help cancer and heart patients, was very prompt in giving money for the dance troupe’s visit to Thailand”
The Govt have to recuperate the cash and on the off chance that it neglects to do as such, Fadnavis ought to pay from his pocket, he said. The Gymkhana had looked for help to send its 15-part group of government workers to empower them to take part in a move rivalry in Bangkok from December 26-30.
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