Nagar: The investigation into the fire at the district government hospital revealed serious problems, after which a report was sent to the health department alleging irregularities in the spending of Rs 80 crore given to the hospital during the Corona period, Guardian Minister said and Minister of Rural Development, Hasan Mushrif.
In the presence of the Guardian Minister Mushrif, several meetings were held today with the Executive Committee of the District Planning Committee. He gave the above information while speaking to reporters after the meeting. MLA Lahu Kanade, MLA Nilesh Lanka, Former Shevgaon President Dr. Kshitij Ghule, Collector Dr. Rajendra Bhosale, City Commissioner Shankar Gore, Zilla Parishad CEO Ashish Yerekar, etc. were present on this occasion. An investigation report into the fire in the hospital’s Corona Intensive Care Unit has been sent to the health department, but we don’t know about it. The next step is for the health department to take action. The cause of the fire is still unknown, but the report reveals serious problems, Mushrif said. However, he did not elaborate on the seriousness of the problem. Apart from this, a total of Rs 80 crore was given to the district hospital during the Corona period through the district planning committee. An investigation by the district administration revealed irregularities in funding, and a report was sent to the health department, he said.
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Shiv Sena was attacked
Shiv Sena officials accused the party’s inspector, MP Gajanan Kirtikar, of failing to provide funds for development works. Speaking at the occasion, Mushrif said the district’s planning committee funding is non-partisan. It is constituency wise. MLAs are members of this committee. No Shiv Sena official came to us to demand funds. Something like that will do the MLA of the match there. Shiv Sena is dominant in Mumbai and Thane. An injustice is being done to the officials of the Congress-NCP. The Chief Minister calls a meeting of the Shiv Sena MLAs.
452 km road approved from ‘Mukhyamantri Gramsadak’
According to the rules for the road scheme of the town, 452 kms. The roads have been attacked. A fund of Rs 64 crore was sanctioned for this. Taluka approved roads are as follows (by km): Nagar 37.20 km, Parner 19.90, Shrigonda 43.40, Jamkhed 20, Karjat 35, Rahuri 30.20, Nevase 32.40, Shevgaon 30.10, Shrirampur 19.70, Pathardi 28.70, Sangamner 46.10, Akole 40.40, Kopargaon 19.80 and Rahata 19.10 km.