Good news for Mumbai working women will get a gift from the government hostels to stay varpat

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Maharashtra government is going to give gifts to working women working in Mumbai. In order to protect them from far and away migration, the government is going to make 450 rooms equipped hostels for 1 thousand women at the place of Mhada Transition Camp at Taddev.

New Delhi. If you are a woman and work in Mayanagari Mumbai, then there is great news for you. As we all know that the biggest problem of living in Mumbai is that in such a situation, those who come from outside have a lot of problems in getting homes and hostels. But now they can get rid of this problem. Maharashtra government is going to give gifts to working women working in Mumbai. In order to protect them from far and away migration, the government is going to make 450 rooms equipped hostels for 1 thousand women at the place of Mhada Transition Camp at Taddev. This information was given by the state’s home minister of construction, Jitendra Awhad, on Tuesday i.e.

Learn what the minister said?
Home Minister Jitendra Awhad said that women from all over the state come to Mumbai to work, but it is not possible to stay near the office. Realizing this need, M.P. located at Tardeo in Mhada. Furnished women’s hostels will be built in the mill compound premises.

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According to the news published in Loksatta, due to hostels being close to important places like Mantralaya, Mumbai Central, Mahalaxmi, Grant Road, women working in Mumbai will get relief from time and trouble in traveling and traveling. Awhad said that the hostel of 450 rooms will be prepared in one to two and a half years and its tender process will be completed in six months.

35 crores will cost
About 35 crore rupees will be spent for this work and after the hostel is built, it will be looked after by an independent organization. Because of this, there will be no impact on its quality and amenities. The demand for building hostels in Mumbai for working women was made by Supriya Sule, daughter of Nationalist Congress Party and NCP Chief Sharad Pawar.




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