Uddhav Thackeray asked officials to move the Pune-Nashik semi rapid railroad project proposition before the state Cabinet
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday requested that authorities move the Pune-Nashik semi fast railroad project proposition before the state Cabinet.
As indicated by an authority articulation, Thackeray gave the guidance during a gathering held at Sahyadri Guest House here to examine the undertaking.
Vice president Minister Ajit Pawar, Transport Minister Anil Parab and senior authorities were available at the gathering.
The undertaking, expected to cost Rs 16,039 crore, had gotten endorsement from the Railway Ministry a year ago.
It was educated in the gathering that associating the two areas, which lead in agribusiness and mechanical areas, by an immediate rail line, will help quick track monetary improvement in the belt, the assertion said.
Maharashtra Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (otherwise called MahaRail) overseeing chief Rajesh Kumar Jaiswal made an introduction during the gathering on tasks the state-run firm will execute later on.
These incorporate Mumbai-Pune (fast railroad project one-hour venture), Ratnagiri-Pune, Aurangabad-Chalisgaon, Rotegaon-Kopargaon, Pune-Aurangabad, Pune-Nanded, Chiplun-Karad (new line) and Vaidbhavwadi-Kolhapur (new line), the assertion said.
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