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Maharashtra govt tables supplementary demands worth Rs 55,520 crore in state assembly

Ajit Pawar, the finance minister, presented the supplementary demands, which are extra funds that the government is requesting above the budgetary allocation.

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The Eknath Shinde-led Maharashtra government on Thursday tabled supplementary demands worth Rs 55,520.77 crore in the state assembly on the first day of the winter session of the legislature.

Ajit Pawar, the finance minister, presented the supplementary demands, which are extra funds that the government is requesting above the budgetary allocation.

Of the total, supplementary demands worth Rs 19,244.34 crore were described as mandatory expenditure, while demands worth Rs 32,792.81 crore are required for various ongoing programmes and schemes of the state government, a note issued by the finance department said.

Besides that, supplementary demands worth Rs 3,483.62 crore are towards the state’s contribution to the ongoing schemes of the Union government, it said. ”There are several ongoing scheme

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