Maharashtra government pays water bills due to BMC for Devendra Fadnavis's bungalow and others
By India Today 27-Jun-2019
An RTI filed by activist Shakeel Ahmed Sheikh had revealed that state government owed around Rs 8 crores to the Mumbai municipal corporation BMC in terms of unpaid water bills. Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis's Varsha bungalow too was declared a defaulter after water bills worth Rs 7 lakhs were not paid.
Apart from Fadnavis, names of other 18 Maharashtra ministers were also in the list of defaulters as they did not clear the pending water bill dues.
On Tuesday, a BMC employee confirmed that the state government has paid the pending water bill dues to the BMC.
"There was dispute of water bills of canteen in Varsha bunglow along with other connections, so bills were pending. Issue is resolved and today bills have been paid by PWD," an assistant engineer who worked at the BMC told India Today TV.
Shakeel Ahmed Sheikh had also sought some more replies from the BMC about the number of water connections in each of ministerial bungalows.
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