Shiv Sena ministers today opposed at the Maharashtra cabinet meeting the state government’s decision to open salt pans in Mumbai for affordable housing, according to a party source.
The decision on the salt pan land is a part of the just-released Mumbai’s Development Plan (DP) 2034.
Environment minister Ramdas Kadam (of Shiv Sena) raised the issue of opening the salt pans for development in the cabinet meeting held here and the other Sena ministers also voiced their concern over it, the source told PTI.
“The Sena ministers strongly voiced their opposition and conveyed to…
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