He said that he had adopted Nashik City and would install a network of CCTVs while WiFi services would be provided at major points
Nashik: Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said that the housing sector is expected to receive the most of the investment soon. He was speaking at a valedictory function of a housing exhibition in Nashik on Tuesday. Mr Fadnavis said that, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has planned 'housing for all' by 2022 under which affordable houses would be built.
“The plan envisages 10,00,000 houses in urban areas and 12,50,000 houses in rural areas. Hence the most investment would be seen in this sector. Under the Prime Minister Awas Yojana, Solapur Municipal Corporation is constructing 30,000 houses while Nagpur Municipal corporation is building 10,000 houses,"” he said.
He said that he had adopted Nashik City and would install a network of CCTVs while WiFi services would be provided at major points. To further the development of Nashik, Mr Fadnavis said he would look into a 'dedicated connector' for Nashik along the Samruddhi Mumbai-Nashik Expressway.
During his Trimbakeshwar programme, the CM performed Bhoomi Pooja of Sant Shri Nyrutti Maharaj Samadhi Temple and opened a devotee facility centre.
He promised that devotees coming to Trimbakeshwar would be given excellent facilities. To ensure this, a meeting would soon be held in Mantralaya.