The Maharashtra government’s two flagship projects, Navi Mumbai Airport and Nhava-Sheva Trans Harbour Link, would be completed by 2019.
Stating this, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis assured that the projects would be completed in the stipulated time as the state government was planning to use advanced and sophisticated technology for the development of massive infrastructure projects.
The Nhava-Sheva Trans Harbour Link, also known as Mumbai Trans Harbour Link, was proposed in 1963. The 22-km bridge is aimed at providing a crucial connect between Mumbai city and Navi Mumbai.
In order to give a boost to hotels and other industries, the state government has reduced the number of licences needed to be procured, from 80 to 25. To tackle the issue of drought in the state, the government is developing small lakes in villages as part of ‘Jal Shivar Abhiyan’.