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Fadnavis-led delegation meets CM Uddhav over 'insufficient aid' to cyclone hit Konkan

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Fadnavis-led delegation meets CM Uddhav over 'insufficient aid' to cyclone hit Konkan

Fadnavis-led delegation meets CM Uddhav over 'insufficient aid' to cyclone hit Konkan

A delegation led by LoP Devendra Fadnavis met Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to handover the memorandum seeking assistance for the people affected in the Konkan region due to cyclone Nisarga in Mumbai on June 13.

"I along with some BJP leaders toured Konkan region for 2 days.

Today, we apprised the Chief Minister about the situation in Konkan.

Horticulturists have suffered a major loss there and the govt aid is insufficient," Fadnavis said.

"I've urged the CM to change the basis of providing aid and waive off loans of horticulturists and fishermen.

We've also put forth our demands related to tourism sector there.

Even electricity has not been restored which should be done at the earliest," he further added.

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