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Maharashtra government builds bridge in Tribal region of Nashik which had no access to water after social media post

Aaditya Thackeray had reportedly seen the plight of citizens on a social media post and acted upon it.

Maharashtra Minister Aaditya Thackeray on Friday inaugurated a bridge in Shendripada, a remote tribal village in Nashik where people earlier used a makeshift bamboo bridge risking their lives every day.

Apart from this, Thackeray also inaugurated a tap water project in the village and had a discussion with the local women.


Speaking to ANI, the minister said the bridge has been built here in Shendripada and within three months, the tap water facility will also be provided.

“I saw a photo of this place on social media and directed the authorities to solve the problem. We have built a bridge here and within the next 3 months, we will provide tap water to every household here. Our focus is on solving people’s problems,” Thackeray said.

It was back on January 19 that news of tribal women risking their lives for water was brought to Thackeray’s attention. In light of this, he went on to interact with the locals and had begun the work of building an iron fence.


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