Will move HC against govt's decision to stay disbursement of funds: Ajit Pawar

In a notification issued on July 4, the Shinde government stayed all the funds sanctioned since April 1 for the works under various schemes of the DPCs until the appointment of new district guardian ministers.

AgenciesUpdated: Monday, July 11, 2022, 09:56 AM IST
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Maharashtra Leader of Opposition Ajit Pawar on Sunday said the newly-formed Eknath Shinde-led state government's decision to stay disbursement of funds and implementation of various works under the district planning committees (DPCs) would be challenged in the Bombay High Court.

In a notification issued on July 4, the Shinde government stayed all the funds sanctioned since April 1 for the works under various schemes of the DPCs until the appointment of new district guardian ministers.

When asked about the issue, Pawar said "justice" will be sought in the high court over the issue. "Governments come and go, but there is no reason to stay or reverse the decisions taken by the previous government," the senior NCP leader said

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