Aurangabad city in central Maharashtra is gearing up for hosting the 'first inception meet' of Women 20 (W20) as part of India's presidency of G20 on February 13-14
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The Uddhav Thackeray faction of Shiv Sena on Tuesday said the party workers will protest in front of delegates who will visit Aurangabad city in Maharashtra to attend a G20-related event next month if a key access road to the famous Ajanta Caves is not widened.
Aurangabad city in central Maharashtra is gearing up for hosting the 'first inception meet' of Women 20 (W20) as part of India's presidency of G20 on February 13-14.
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"The road going to the Ajanta Caves passes through Harsul area of Aurangabad city. The widening work of this road is pending which has to be carried out by acquiring properties," city unit president Balasaheb Thorat told PTI.
"The valuation of properties is completed and measurements for the widening of the road are taken. If the work is not undertaken in the next 15 days, we will agitate in front of G20 delegates coming to Aurangabad," he said.
Shiv Sena (UBT) activists handed over a memorandum in the collector's office on Tuesday for this demand.
Meanwhile, Mumbai on Tuesday logged four new COVID-19 cases, taking the overall tally to 11,55,252, while no fresh death linked to the infection was registered in the metropolis, the local civic body said.
The death toll remained unchanged at 19,747, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said.
On Monday, the financial capital had reported one COVID-19 case, but zero fatality.
According to a BMC bulletin, there was no fresh addition to the overall recovery count of 11,35,493 and the city has 12 active coronavirus cases.
The city's coronavirus recovery rate stood at 98.3 per cent, while the case doubling rate was 6,82,379 days, the bulletin said.
As many as 2,466 swab samples were tested since the previous day, taking their total number to 1,87,10,014, said the BMC.
The growth rate of COVID-19 cases in Mumbai between January 24 and 30 was 0.0001 per cent, it added.
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