Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde Withdraw All The Cases For Violation Of Corona Guidelines And Political And Social Agitations | Maharashtra Cabinet Decision: Shinde Cabinet Decision
Maharashtra Cabinet Decision News: A major decision has been taken...
Maharashtra Cabinet Decision News: A major decision has been taken in the Maharashtra cabinet meeting in the presence of Chief Minister Eknath Shinde. Regarding this decision, CM Eknath Shinde said that in the cabinet meeting today, it has been decided to withdraw all the cases till March 2022 in the political and social movement in the entire state regarding Ganesh Utsav and Dahi Handi (Krishna Janmashtami). . Along with this, the Maharashtra government has also decided to withdraw cases of violation of COVID guidelines imposed during the corona epidemic.
Health department alert regarding monkeypox- CM Shinde
During a conversation with reporters after the cabinet meeting, Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde said that our health department is on alert for monkeypox and necessary steps are being taken in this regard. Significantly, so far four cases of monkeypox have been confirmed in the country.
Let us inform that Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde is leaving for Delhi on Wednesday night amid the discussion of expansion of the state cabinet. It is also not clear when Shinde will return from Delhi to Maharashtra, let us tell you that Shinde took oath as Chief Minister on June 30. This will be Shinde’s fifth visit to Delhi after taking over as CM. Earlier, he met Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla along with 12 Shiv Sena MPs. Along with this, he also attended the swearing-in ceremony of Draupadi Murmu as President. Regarding the new cabinet expansion of the Maharashtra government, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had earlier said that a new council of ministers would be formed soon.
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