Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Mass Gathering of Residents Marks the Inauguration Ceremony of Public Relation Office and Cultural Bhavan at Airoli

December 23, 2008,
NMMC and Anant Prathisthan’s Cultural Centre and Public relations Office was recently inaugurated at the hands of Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik in Airoli.
A grand rally was organized by Ashtvinayak group’s head and corporator Anant Sutar to welcome Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik in Airoli. The day was to inaugurate a public relations office and cultural Bhavan at Airoli which was inaugurated by Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik. A huge crowd had gathered who stood in silence to pay tribute to the martyrs of the Mumbai terror attack.
Also present was former Mayor Dr. Sandeep Naik, NMMC Standing Committee Chairman Sandeep Naik, Health Committee Chairman Tatya teli, corporator Dyaneshwar Naik, Anant Sutar, corporator M K Madhvi, district executive member G S Patil, corporator kamlatai Patil and others. Addressing the crowd. On the other hand, Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik too praised Anant Sutar for his works.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik Assures Senior Citizens of Community Centre in CBD

December 16, 2008
The members of Senior Citizen Association, Belapur are breathing a sigh of relief as finally their demand for a community centre at CBD Belapur seems to be taking form.

It may be recalled that media had aired a report on the issues faced by the members of Senior Citizen Association, Belapur who were threatening to go on an uninterrupted hunger strike before the NMMC headquarters if their demands are not met. The members had demanded that the promise given to them years back of developing a day care centre for them should be fulfilled. That time, speaking to media, members of the association informed us that Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik had assured them on October 1 that the construction activity of the center would begin within two days.

Fulfilling their demands, NMMC last week allotted a 600 sq ft place for these senior citizens. He also informed that Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik had even allotted a place for their office.

Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik Inaugurates Vishnudas Bhave With all New Look

December 15, 2008,
Its good news definitely for all in Navi Mumbai as Vishnudas Bhave auditorium has reopened with a new look. The inaugural ceremony of the all new auditorium was done at the hands of State Excise and Environment Minister Ganesh Naik.
The much awaited renovation work of Vishnudas Bhave auditorium is finally over as the auditorium with an all new look was inaugurated recently. Post the blast in the auditorium, advanced measures have been provided to maintain security for the hundreds of people who come here to watch their favorite dramas and plays. The re-opening ceremony was done at the hands of State Excise and Environment Minister Ganesh Naik. With respect to the security measures taken, special arrangements have been made. 19 CCTVs have been installed at the cost of Rs 4.5 lakhs. The CCTVs have been installed using the corporator funds of NMMC Standing Committee Chairman Sandeep Naik. After the Mumbai terror attacks, Sandeep Naik took the initiative of intensifying the security arrangements at VBA by installing CCTVs with his corporator’s funds. 2 digital video records, three hard disks and 40 LCD monitors have been installed. Also present during the inauguration ceremony was NMMC Commissioner Vijay Nahata, Navi Mumbai Police Commissioner Ramrao Wagh, NMMC Standing Committee Chairman Sandeep Naik and other NMMC officials.

Bhumipujan of Waste Management Project Done in Turbhe Dumping Ground

December 15, 2008,
Prior to the inauguration of Vishnudas Bhave Auditorium, Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik performed the bhumipujan of the Waste Management project at the Turbhe dumping ground. Earlier in the day he also inaugurated the building built for the employees of the Fire brigade department on the day.
There were many fire fighters in Navi Mumbai who did not have a place to stay. NMMC however has provided a residential building for these workers in the Navi Mumbai fire brigade at Belapur. The building was inaugurated recently at the hands of Excise and Environment Minister Ganesh Naik.

Also present, NMMC Commissioner Vijay Nahata informed that around 32 families were given accommodation in this building.

Recycling the waste dumped at the Turbhe dumping ground, NMMC would soon be starting the most advanced method to recycle the waste and reuse it. The inauguration of the same was done at the hands of State Excise and Environment Minister Ganesh Naik. The dump would be recycled under a scientific method and would be used to generate power. Under this project which is estimated at Rs 60 crores, plastic would be recycled to produce diesel and kerosene and the wood would be used for fire which inturn would produce power. Also present during the inauguration ceremony was NMMC Commissioner Vijay Nahata, Navi Mumbai Police Commissioner Ramrao Wagh, NMMC Standing Committee Chairman Sandeep Naik and other NMMC officials.

Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik had initiated the drive to provide Additional FSI Decision to be Taken Before Winter Session

November 6, 2008,
Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik had initiated the drive to provide additional FSI to all the slum-dwellings of Navi Mumbai, developing them into multi-storyed buildings. Speaking to Media the Minister informed that the he would take out the final decision on this prior to the state winter session.
CIDCO which is the planning body of Navi Mumbai failed to provide rehabilitation to the families who were replaced during the development of the city years ago. These families constructed their own houses then and many slums erupted in the city. Standing up for these families and to provide them with legal houses, Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik had demanded to provide additional FSI to slum and gaothan areas. For this purpose, a survey was even conducted in Bonkande village, a report of which was sent to the Chief Minister. This had come as a ray of hope for these families with the Minister stating that the final decision of this would come prior to the state winter session.

Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik Said redeveloped work of Mosque Commences at Turbhe

November 3, 2008,
The Majid Madrassa at Turbhe which was built 10 to 15 years, would be redeveloped very soon. A grand ceremony was held for the commencement of the redevelopment project where Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik and Maharashtra Minority Cell President Naseem Siddique were present.

Around 10-15 years back the Gareeb Nawaaz Masjid was built but at Turbhe Store with passage of time, the Masjid required redevelopment and repairs. Keeping this in mind, a grand function was held to commence the redevelopment work where Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik and Maharashtra Minority Cell President Naseem Siddique were present. Turbhe store is known as the hold of NCP and during the function, a loyal corporator of NCP Suresh Kulkarni’s PR office was also inaugurated. Interestingly, at a time when terrorist activities are increasing in the country, this meet spread the message of brotherhood. Even the state Minority Cell President Naseem Siddique urged people to stay united at such times. Addressing the gathering, Thane guardian minister Ganesh Naik once again spoke on 24 hours water supply and no increase in property tax for the next 16 and a half years.

When quested what was his take on temples and mosques being built illegally, this is what he had to say. BYTE The other dignitaries present during the event were Former Deputy Mayor Bharat Nakhate, corporator Suresh Kulkarni, corporators Sangita Vaske and Rajesh Shinde.

Ganesh Naik Felicitates Meritorious Students of Airoli

October 27, 2008
Meritorious students and senior citizens of sec 19 Airoli were felicitated at the hands of Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik.
An event was held at sec 19 of Airoli were meritorious students of X and XII standard were felicitated at the hands of Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik. At the same time, senior residents of the area were also felicitated by the Minister.
We also spoke with the organizer, also the ward President of ward no. 9 Airoli, Milind Patil about the event.

Indian Merchant’s Chambers, Navi Mumbai Turns 11 in Style

October 11, 2008,
An intellectual ceremony marked the 11th Foundation Day of Indian Merchants Chambers at Vashi. State Environment, Excise and Labour Minister Ganesh Naik and VC and MD Maharashtra Airport Development Company R C Sinha graced the dais.
The highlight of 11th Foundation Day celebrations of IMC were the Jewel of Navi Mumbai awards that the IMC presented to Vijay Patil – President of Dr. D Y Patil Sports Academy for giving Navi Mumbai it’s first internationally acclaimed stadium, Nalin Shah – CMD Shah Builders for doing phenomenal work in the construction industry, R C Sinha - VC and MD Maharashtra Airport Development Company for his work in making Navi Mumbai when he was MD of CIDCO and State Environment, Excise and Labour Minister Ganesh Naik – for being the architect of Navi Mumbai and leader of the masses. We spoke to some of the awardees post the ceremony.

Ganesh Naik’s speech was everything that one expects a leader to give in the election year. Completely driven by passion and determination, the leader shared with the audience the non-political rapport that he has had with industries of the Thane Belapur Belt for 38 years.

Roze Iftaar Held at NMSA

September 26, 2008
With the aim of spreading the message of equality, brotherhood and peace, the Navi Mumbai Kala and Krida Sanskritik Sankul organized an Iftaar Party where Thane Guradian Minister Ganesh Naik was the Chief Guest. He gave the message of maintaining peace on the occasion.
The highlight of the celebration was that people belonging to various communities were present during the Iftaar party. Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik was present as the Chief Guest in this party. He also added that it was wrong to blame the entire Muslim community for mistakes of a few. Along with the Minister, Navi Mumbai Mayor Anjani Bhoir, Police commissioner Ramrao Wagh, Zone 1 DCP RD Shinde, First Mayor Sanjeev Naik, Ali M Shamsi, Dilip Rane and many corporators were present.

Embarrased By Public Outburst On NCP Corporator Kalawati Mahale, Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik Asks NMMC to Stop Vertical Parking On Garden In s

September 24, 2008,
After the residents of Sector 17, Vashi out-lashed their corporator Kalavati Mahale for failing to save a garden in Sector 17, Vashi, Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik came to their rescue and assured that no vertical parking will be built on the garden.
Recently NMMC came up with the idea of constructing a vertical parking lot in a garden at Sector 17, Vashi, which is the only garden in sec 17 Vashi. Soma Kumar – a pioneer in the protest spoke to us on the need for open spaces.
When this news dawned upon the residents, they called for rallies to unite residents to fight against this anti-environmental decision of NMMC. At the meet held this Sunday, in a very embarrassing moment for the politicians present, residents attacked their Corporator Kalawati Mahale for failing to speak up for the cause of environment and residents when such a proposal was tabled at NMMC Standing Committee and General Body Meet.
In fact all the residents of Sector 17 present during the rally criticized NCP local leaders Ram Vichare, Shampat Shiwale, Congress’s Sudarshana Kaushik and specifically NCP Corporator Kalavati Mahale for being a complete failure. When we spoke to them about the public outburst, while Sudarshana Kaushik accepted their mistake, Ram Vichare feigned to acknowledge the same.
On the other hand, NCP Corporator Kalavati Mahale, who residents say hardly raises any of the Sector 17, issues blamed the residents for the problem. Clearly embarrassed with how the public attacked the corporator at this public rally, NCP began image correction and when a delegation of grieved residents met Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik, the leader assured that the plan for multi-storeyed parking would be cancelled.
This is one of the many instances that expose how several NCP corporators fail to work for the interest of the resident. Most NCP corporators work in nexus with contractors to moot up projects to get their own share of profits. Like in this case where the Navi Mumbai NCP Supremo Ganesh Naik had to come in to the rescue of the residents of sec 17. Hopefully the ruling NCP front will wake up to this before the next municipal actions before Ganesh Naik’s attempts becomes a case of a little too less, a little too late.

In Future Four Voters Associations to be Formed

September 18, 2008,
With many people immigrating to the state, Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik says that in the coming future the two assembly seats of Navi Mumbai will become four.
In a recent event, when Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik was posed a question on the on going registration of voters in voters list, the Minister said that in the coming future the two assembly seats of Navi Mumbai will become four. Regions in Thane have reached its saturation point while Navi Mumbai being a massively developing city lined with many IT companies and BPOs, the numbers of migrants will keep multiplying in the coming few years. Hence, while he said that he believed the concerned authorities to make a genuine voters list, he also added that in the near future, four new voters association would be formed in Navi Mumbai.

Shivcharita Chitravastu Inauguarted At Shivaji Chowk Vashi at the Hands of Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik

September 16, 2008,
The Shivcharitra Chitravastu was inaugurated at the Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Chowk at Vashi.
Planned city Navi Mumbai might soon get the historical and tourist’s spots that it has longed deserved. And NMMC seems to be working on several projects simultaneously to make this possible. These include Agri Koli Bhavan, Ambedkar Bhavan or Saint Gadge Baba Memorial. While these projects are underway, the city’s landmark Shivaji Chowk at Vashi got a facelift. The beautification project of the Chowk was inaugurated at the hands of Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik.
The foundation stone for the project was kept by first Mayor Sanjeev Naik and the beautification plan was made by eminent CIDCO Ex- Planner B G Parab. The project had however, been delayed for a long time until Navi Mumbai resident and former Dean of J J School of Arts Moreshwar Pawar came into picture and crafted the carvings of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj on stone brought from Rajasthan.
On one side of the Shivaji Chowk is the open art gallery while the other side has the carvings depicting the life of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The ceremony was made all the more special by playing the promo of Nitin Desai’s film on Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and a film on Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik.
The ceremony also saw the presence of eminent cinematographer Nitin Desai, first Mayor Sanjeev Naik, CIDCO Director Namdeo Bhagat, NMMC Standing Committee Chairman Sandeep Naik among others.

Ganesh Naik Solves the Problems of Power in Villages

September 9, 2008
The villages situated near MIDC like Pawne, Mahape and many others were forced to live in darkness due to frequent power cuts. However, Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik came to the aid of the people and now MSEDC has resolved this issue.

For the past many years, MSEDC has been distributing power to the villages of Mahape, Pawne, Digha and Turbhe through the MIDC feeder. However, these areas used to face power cuts for 24 hours in a week, and sometimes to even 36 hours. With little power supply, the villagers also faced the issue of shortage of water supply. Looking at the problems faced by the villagers, Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik directed MSEDC to provide power to these villages through a different feeder.

Thane District Planning Committee Meeting Held at District Officer’s Headquarters

August 29, 2008,

The Thane District committee held a meeting at the Thane Collector Office which was presided over by Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik.
The Thane District Planning Committee holds a meet thrice in a year in the presence of all the administrative officials so that the current issues of the city can be discussed and resolved. Present along with Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik was Thane Collector S.S Zende, TMC Nandkumar Jantre. The meet approved the proposal of providing additional FSI as per Dharavi Pattern. This meeting also witnessed disagreements between Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik and MLA Harishchandra Patil.

Sra Scheme Will Not be a Failure Says Ganesh Naik

August 28, 2008,
Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik says that come what may the SRA scheme will not be a failure in Navi Mumbai.
NMMC is trying hard to bring the SRA scheme for Navi Mumbai slums and gaothan areas. The scheme has proved to be a controversial issue and to an extent a failure in Mumbai, however, Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik says that come what may he will ensure that the SRA scheme will not fail in Navi Mumbai.

State Environment Minister Ganesh Naik Makes Noc For Sand Dredging Mandatory

August 13, 2008,
Environment Minister Ganesh Naik has stayed the proposed sand dredging operations in the entire Konkan belt—Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts, saying that without a no-objection certificate from the environment department, there will be no sand dredging activity.

Konkan divisional commissioner S S Sandhu confirmed that his office had received an official communication from the environment department asking them to cancel the August 14 auction of sand dredging till an environmental clearance is obtained. Significantly, sand traders were shocked and surprised by Naik’s order as it was for the first time in the environment department’s history that the environment minister has stepped in to stay the sand dredging operations. According to reports, after a brief meeting, Naik asked director of environment G N Warade to issue orders to the Konkan divisional commissioner to cancel the auction. Warade also stated that in January and June 2008, the environment department had specifically asked the competent authorities in Konkan region not to make the auction notice public without obtaining the no-objection certificate from the environment department. Warade warned that if the auction takes place on August 14, then the state government will invoke the provisions of the Environmental Protection Act against the erring officials.

Green Hope Brings Hope to Navi Mumbai by Planting one Lakh Trees

July 14, 2008,
With the aim of awareness amongst people about the need to plant more and more trees for a better tomorrow, Green Hope an NGO held an event to plant one lakh trees in the city.

Environment destruction is a major concern especially as in the name of development and progress; nature space is reducing by the day. In such a scenario if the minds that will work on development projects of tomorrow are taught the significance of green heads and preserving greenery, it would definitely contribute to developing minds that give as much importance to environment as to making communities. Bearing this in mind, Green Hope organization has taken the initiative of planting 100 trees in the city which started off at Rajeev Gandhi garden at sec 28, Vashi. The event was graced by State Environment Minister Ganesh Naik, Mayor Anjani Bhoir, Fist mayor Sanjeev Naik, NMMC Standing Committee Chairman Sandeep Naik, Music Director-cum singer Shankar Mahadevan amongst other NMMC members. State Environment Minister Ganesh Naik spoke on the initiative taken by Green Hope.

While many plant trees, there is very little done to safeguard it, to which the Minister stated that spreading awareness amongst people was the need of the hour. The plan of planting one lakh trees kicked off by the State Environment Minister planting a sapling on the occassion.

Better Late Than Never – Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik Distributes 7 crores to NMMC Contract cleaning Workers.

June 27, 2008,
It was a historical moment when with the initiatives of Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik, the cleaning workers of NMMC on contract basis not just got their one month demand of equal pay for equal work fulfilled but were also given the pending amount due till date.

This week Guardian Minister’s Janta Darbaar is a historical one as it made contract labors of NMMC the only ones across Maharashtra who were given wages equal to that of the permanent workers. And much credit of this goes to Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik. Marking the birth anniversary of Shahu Maharaj, Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik addressed the thousands of contract cleaning workers present and announced that from now their wages would be equivalent to the pay scale of permanent workers. The Guardian Minister also distributed the amount that was due to these workers in the last seven months according to the new pay scale. Present during the Darbaar along with the Minister was Worker Leader Sharad Rao, Mayor Anjani Bhoir and NMMC Commissioner Vijay Nahata. We spoke to Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik during the event.

He added that the increased wages would bring relief amongst the contract workers. On the other hand, Workers Union Leader Sharad Rao expressed happiness on NMMC’s decision and the efforts of the Guardian Minister. According to NMMC Commissioner Vijay Nahata around 3200 cleaning workers would be benefited with this decision and NMMC would have an additional cost of 7 crore every year.

And of course for the contract workers it was the day they had waited for years. While Gaurdian Minister Ganesh Naik has brought about huge relief for the contract cleaning workers on the occasion of Shahu Maharaj Jayanti, hopefully now the contractors too would do justice and ensure that the workers get the wages they sign for on paper.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Ganesh Naik's Enduring Effort To Make Navi Mumbai a World-Class City

Shri Ganesh Naik, Maharshtra's minister for excise, environment and labour has spared no effort and continues to strive actively to nourish and tranlate his dream, of making Navi Mumbai a global-class city, to reality.

It is inevitable that the citizens, who elected him to the state assemble with a record mandate have high expectations from him for a developed prosperous and peaceful city.
Shri Ganesh Naik has addressed the problems of several citizens and organisations every week in the Janata Darbars organised by him since the last 3years.

He is a guiding light to the majority ruled nationalist congress party corporators and the administration in the navi mumbai municipal corportion in the cleanliness programmes, water supply initiatives, sewerage debris and solid waste management, gardens, has pitals, removal of encroachments, transport services and other civic amenities in the city. His guidance and attention has resulted in some major improvements.

Shri ganesh Naik organised a meeting with the chief minister shri Vilsrao Deshmukh in June 2008 at the sahyadri guest house to sort out the issue of increased FSI for redevelopment of village and old buildings in the city, as the FSI given in the Development Control Rules was insufficient in the rapidly urbanising scenario in the city.

The chief minister announced the sanction of additional FSI for re-development and ordered the oppointment of a committee under the presidentship of CIDCO managing director to suggest changes in the Navi mumbai Development Rules

The chief minister also responded positively to the other issues raised by shri Ganesh Naik which included. regularisation of illegal constructions in the villages and nodes and increasing FSI for re-development, reconstruction of dilapidated CIDCO structrues, illegal structures on MIDC Land land for truck terminal in NMMC area, five station, abbatoir, and markets, development of land below MSRDC flyovers, financial assistance for civic amenities, approval for post filled in NMMC, issue of dilapidated buildings and transport services and grant for kalamboli-Digha pipeline for usater supply from Morbe dam, etc

Shri Ganesh Naik has spearheaded and initiated development projects in the city and provided leadership for the same through his sons, the first mayor of navi Mumbai Shri Sanjeev Naik and standing Committee chairman of NMMC shri Sandeep Naik.

Shri Naik Played a significant role in introducing the solid wast disposal and management in the city advance technology sewage Treatment Plants in the city, the transfer of all social amenity plots from CIDCO to NMMC, the concretisation and beautification of Thane-Belapur road and ensuring a people- friendly adminstration in the city.
Shri Ganesh Naik's foresight and dynamism has indeed served in shaping navi mumbai into world-class city with citizens from all communities, classes, languages, religions and regions living in harmony in the spirit of goodwill and brotherhood.

He has called for the introduction of the monorail project in the city foressing commuter needs in the hear future providing multiple layer parking to answer parking woes, erecting grand gateways at city entrances, providing better schools and sufficient public toilets, garders, parks and playgrounds, managing debris and pollution in quaries, integrated management of forests on Parsik Hills, Constructiong compound walls along main roads and highways, finalizing policy for outdoor advertisement displays, drafting tourism development project in Morbe dam region and other spots in the city and massive tree plantation drives all aver the city

Monday, December 8, 2008

Minster collects funds for sacked workers

Mumbai, Monday, June 23,2008
State Labour Minister Ganesh Naik got his industrialist friends to pool in funds to help settle the demands of 57 temporary workers who were retrenched after standard Alkali a Thane-based company - shut down. Naik's Friends also helpen 127 NOCIL workers reach an out of court settlement for their dues. These workers received their compensation amounts at a programme held at Ghansoli village on sunday. While the standard Alkali workers received Rs 3.5 lakh each in cash, each NOCIL workers got Rs 1 Lakh.

A ray of hope

Sunday, October19,2008 ,
Taking inspiration from Ganesh Naik, minister of environment, state excise and labour with anurge for a social cause and the overall welfare of the financially deprived and weaker section of the society, the disorganised workers of the jeevan Aadhar and NGO have implemented the central government scheme ‘Janshree Life Insurance’.
The jeevan Aadhar’ souvenir was unveiled by the hands of MLA Ganesh Naik on October 17 at the D Y Patil University’s auditorium. Present at the inaugural function were, mayour Anjani Bhoir, upper labour commissioner, Maharashtra state, bothare, LIC representative, Uma Ghanekar, commissioner of police, Ramrao Wagh, municipal commissioner Vijay Nahata, assistant manager of LIC Vinod Motwani, NCP’s Navi Mumbai district president Gopinath Thakur and president of the jeevan Aadhar, Kishore Dharia.

During the inaugurla function, a documentary film was presented for audience, wherein the concept of the insurance policy and the role of the NGO for the benefit of the weaker class of the society wee highlighted. The documentary was directed and produced by kamlakar jagtap and D D Mane respectively.

MLA Ganesh Naik said. “In all there are types of uskilled jobs in which around , 30,000 disorganised workers are engaged. To name a few like shoe polishers, potters, head loaders, rickshw men, cobbler, laundrymen, housemaids, construction site workers, mechanics etc. As per, the insurance policy, a worker has to pay an annual premium of Rs 200. Out of which, Rs 200. Out of which , Rs 100 will be paid by the central Government, Rs 50 by the state government, Rs 50 by the state government and the remaining Rs 50 which needs to be paid by the the policy holder will be paid by Jeevan Aadhar.

He further added, “ The insurance benefits availed by the policy holder and that, in casnaturalbdeath, lhis nominee will get an insurance of Rs 30,000 while in case of accidental death the amount is Rs 75,000. The same amount of insurance is disbursed in case the policy holder becomes hadicap, he will be disbursed with an amount of Rs 37,500. There is also a student scholarship facility whereing the policy holder’s two children studying between class 9 to class 12 will be given a scholarship amount of Rs 100 per student, per month.”

Naik concluded, “ The campaign of Janshree Life Insurance will be accomplished in the month of October 2008 itself. From november 1 Onwards, Jeevan Aadhar will lauch another campaign in which a scheme will be implemented for the benefit of thise staying in rental houses and those who could not avail the benefit in the mass housing schemes of CIDCO’s lucky draw system. The non-beneficiaries of CIDCO’s schemes will soon have their own houses. Also, the States Urban Development Department (UDD) has been approached for providing 4.5 FSI for the reconstruction of CIDCO’s dilapidated building s in the city.”