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    Published On : Fri, May 8th, 2015
    Latest News | By Nagpur Today Vidarbha Today

    Siddhivinayak Trust hands over cheque of Rs 4 crore for water conservation work in scarcity-hit villages


    The Siddhivinayak Trust, Mumbai on Friday handed over a cheque of Rs 4 crore to Divisional Commissioner Anoop Kumar for works of water conservation of permanent nature in scarcity hit villages under Jalyukta Shivar Mission. The Trustees Harish Manas and Smita Bandrekar gave the cheque to Anoop Kumar. Out of the Rs 4 crore, the districts of Bhanadra, Gondia, Gadchiroli and Washim will be given Rs 1 crore each.

    A small function was held at the meeting hall of Divisional Commissioner’s office. Earlier also, the Siddhivinayak Trust had given a cheque of Rs 2 crore to be distributed to Nagpur and Wardha districts with Rs 1 crore each.

    Others who were present on the occasion include Additional Commissioner Hemant Pawar, Deputy Commissioner MAH Khan, Deputy Commissioner (General Administration) Appasaheb Dhulaj and other officials from Bhanadra, Gondia, Gadchiroli and Washim districts.

    The Siddhivinayak Trust, Mumbai has decided to distribute Rs 1 crore each to all the districts in Maharashtra for works of water conservation of permanent nature in scarcity-hit villages under Jalyukta Shivar Mission launched by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.


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