janatha-darbar-2Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik presided over the Janta Darbaar held at Vishnudas Bhave auditorium, which saw discussions on various civic issues. One of the major concerns discussed during the meet was the thriving of illegal slums in several parts of the city. To solve various civic issues concerning the public of Navi Mumbai, Thane Guardian minister Ganesh Naik held his Janta Darbaar in Vishnudas Bhave auditorium. The day saw nearly 110 applications being received by the Minister where he gave assurance to the applicants of resolving their issues. June being the month of admissions, many applications were received were for admissions in schools. Along with this, many of the applications concerned monetary support for medicines. However, apart from these issues, one the major concerns that was discussed in the meeting was the thriving of illegal slums in several parts of the city. The fact cannot be ignored that the city is reeling under severe threat of encroachment. While the authorities are trying to cover up their inefficiency, the matter was highlighted at the Janta Darbaar where Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik expressed the need to keep a check on mushrooming of slums. Some of the areas of concern are Ghansoli, Airoli, Digha, Turbhe, MIDC, and the entire stretch of Thane Belapur Road. Unfortunately while anti-encroachment drives are undertaken on regular basis by NMMC, several slums reoccur, for which the minister asked the NMMC officials and police officials present to start patrolling in those areas. Also, present during the meet were Thane MP Dr. Sanjeev Naik, MLA Sandeep Naik, Mayor Sagar Naik, NMMC Commissioner Vijay Nahata and DCP Ashok Dudhe. With cameraperson Vinayak Dalvi, Sana Warsia for NMTV News.

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