ABP Majha, Maharashtra’s leading news channel, completed its much-anticipated event, Majha Maharashtra Majha Vision, at BKC Trident in Mumbai.
This one-of-a-kind event featured Maharashtra’s most prominent leaders presenting their vision for the state. It was a valuable platform for understanding Maharashtra’s potential and the path forward.
The event got off to a great start with a session by Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, who stated that “Mumbai will become pothole-free in the next 2-2.5 years, and all roads will be developed without harming the environment.”
Meanwhile, Maharashtra’s Deputy Chief Minister, Devendra Fadnavis, has focused on the state’s development. “The government is attempting to construct a grid of expressways that will serve as economic corridors for various regions,” he explained.
In response to the state’s water crisis, Devendra Fadnavis stated that they are attempting to bring water from rivers to the Vidharbha and Marathwada regions through various projects. He also stated that the government’s goal is to elevate Maharashtra to the top of the FDI rankings.
Other notable individuals who attended the sessions included Raj Thackeray (Maharashtra Navnirman Sena Chief). Thackeray stated, “It is high time that instead of asking leaders to share Maharashtra’s vision, discussions be organized where they are asked to share the status of the vision which they had shared around 10 years ago.”
On the other hand, former Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan stated, “Leaving aside the political role, the development of Maharashtra should be the focal point.” He also emphasized important issues in Maharashtra such as unemployment, disparities in investment, declining exports, and subpar infrastructure.
Jayant Patil (Senior NCP Leader), Sudhir Mungantivar (Minister of Forests, Cultural Affairs, and Fisheries), Uday Samant (Minister of Industries), and Sanjay Raut also attended the event (MP, Rajya Sabha, and Leader, Shiv Sena).