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Maha appoints committee to probe collapse of civic amenities



August 18, 2005 22:55 IST

The Maharashtra government on Thursday appointed a fact-finding committee, headed by noted water management expert Madhav Chitale, to probe the 'collapse' of various civic amenities in Mumbai following the recent heavy rains.

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The Committee would comprise 7 other members, including an IIT professor, a town planner, serving and retired state government officials, Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh told reporters in Mumbai.

The decision was taken at a meeting of the state Cabinet in Mumbai on Thursday, he said. The Committee would submit its report to the state government within 4 months, he said.


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