Tenements in pvt Thane complexes to be used as government quarters

Updated: Jan 27, 2018, 15:45 IST | PTI

Hundred tenements in the housing complexes built by private builders in the district have been handed over to the Maharashtra Public Works Department (PWD), to be used a government quarters

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Thane: Hundred tenements in the housing complexes built by private builders in the district have been handed over to the Maharashtra Public Works Department (PWD), to be used a government quarters. The government has bought these tenements from the builders under a scheme. Yesterday, on the occasion of the Republic Day, Thane Guardian Minister Ekanth Shinde handed over the keys of these 100 tenements located in different housing complexes in Thane and Ulhasnagar region to Thane District Collector Mahendra Kalyankar to be given to the PWD.

"This is happening in the state for the first time. Under a scheme, the government purchased these tenements-- 80 in Thane and 20 in Ulhasnagar region-- from private builders, to be used as quarters for officers," he said. In future, more such tenements will be made available in other projects too.

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