March 02, 2020
MUMBAI: Chief minister Uddhav Thackeray, while lauding the contribution made by mill workers to the Samyukta Maharashtra movement, assured that the government was committed to providing houses to all mill workers in Mumbai.
Thackeray addressed the mill workers on Sunday, while releasing the results of the lottery to allot 3,894 flats constructed on erstwhile mill lands, to displaced mill workers and their heirs, organised by Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) at its headquarters in Bandra.
The CM sought a promise from the allottees that they would not sell these flats and leave Mumbai. “Call me for tea once the house is allotted to you,” he said, adding he was indebted to them for their support.
Under the housing project, Mhada has constructed 720 flats at Bombay Dyeing Mill land in Wadala, 2,630 flats in Spring Mills and 544 flats in the Srinivas Mill area at Lower Parel with all basic amenities. There will be a 15-storey parking lot in the premises of the Bombay Dyeing Mill housing project.
Over 1.74 lakh mill workers and their heirs had applied for houses under the lottery scheme.
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Source : realty.economictimes.indiatimes.com