The Maharashtra government’s decision to reduce lease rent for food vendors for will lower the government’s annual revenue by Rs 6.38 crore, a statement said.

The Maharashtra authorities has determined to revise the lease lease for meals distributors working on its land on the Juhu seaside in Mumbai.

The determination, taken on the state cupboard assembly on Wednesday, will cut back the federal government’s annual income by Rs 6.38 crore, the federal government mentioned in a press release.

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) owns 794 sqm space on the Juhu seaside whereas 489.6 sqm comes below the jurisdiction of the state authorities.

Out of the entire 80 stalls there, 42 function in AAI’s space, whereas 38 stalls are situated on the state authorities’s land.

The co-operative society of stall homeowners had earlier moved the Supreme courtroom, saying the lease lease costs on the Juhu beachwere excessive.

As per the SC order, the stall homeowners’ society held a gathering with AAI and agreed upon a lease lease. Accordingly, the state authorities agreed on the lease lease mounted by AAI, the assertion mentioned.

The cupboard additionally permitted a proposal to increase until July 31 the scheme to transform further milk inventory into milk powder.

In April this 12 months, the federal government determined to transform 10 lakh litre of further milk into milk powder, contemplating the elevated milk demand through the lockdown interval.

The scheme was applied for 2 months.

Now, the federal government has prolonged the scheme and as a part of it, 1.6 crore litre milk will likely be procured in a single month and Rs 51.22 crore has been sanctioned for the aim, the federal government mentioned.

In the wake of the lockdown, the every day sale of milk got here down by17 lakh litre because of the closure of outlets, accommodations and candy marts.

The cupboard additionally gave a go forward to the implementation of the Centre’s ‘Jal Jeevan Mission’ within the state.

The scheme goals to supply 55 litre water per day to every household with particular person water provide connection by 2024.

At current, out of 132.03 lakh households within the state, 50.75 lakh haveindividual water provide connections.

In the following 4 years, 89.25 lakh extra connections are focused at an anticipated expenditure of Rs 13,668.50 crore, the federal government mentioned.

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