Nashik, Jun 28 (UNI) Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister R R Patil today said the state government was in favour of implementation of the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations in the state.
Speaking at a farmers' meet in Chandwad taluka of the district, Mr Patil said, ''Considering the rising prices, the state governments approach regarding the implementation of the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations was favourable.'' He also said that the amount of grant for the onion manufactures, who have not received it yet, will be deposited in the banks in a week's time.
Regarding the creation of Malegoan district and inclusion of Chandwad taluka in it, the Deputy Chief Minister said people's opinion and their sentiments will be considered for inclusion of tehsils, while creating new districts.
State Public Works Department Minister and District Guardian Minister Chhagan Bhujbal, who was also present on the occasion said the district has a credit plan which is the second biggest in the country and biggest in the state. The plan includes loans for farmers in a large number and therefore, many farmers in the district will benefit from the scheme.
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