About 50% quota for Mantralaya scribes in Maharashtra housing scheme
The Maharashtra government has decided to reserve 50 per cent residences for members of the ‘MantralayaAaniVidhimandalVartaharSangh’ in Mumbai under a housing scheme of the MHADA, Chief Minister DevendraFadnavis announced Wednesday.
Fadnavis made the remarks here at an award function, when he conferred lifetime achievement award to veteran journalist DinuRandive among others.
The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) is a state-run agency.
Speaking at the event, Fadnavis said the government has tried to give “stability” to the fourth pillar of democracy, the media, in the past four years and listed decisions his dispensation has taken in this regard.