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Constructive development in Worli

Friday, 11 July 2014 - 6:40am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna

MLA Sachin Ahir writes a letter to his constituency

"I am very honoured to have been elected to this position and thank my supporters and all the people who have elected me over the years. The work I have done in the Worli constituency has been witnessed by everybody. Over the last few years, I have tried my very best to change Worli in terms of infrastructure, education, and healthcare.

This is for the betterment of the people. Many important projects, including building jetties for Worli Koliwada and developing 27 gardens across Worli for a greener Mumbai, have been initiated and completed.

I strongly believe that education plays a very important role in shaping an individual's life; it helps people gain recognition and earn respect in society. However, the inequality in the standards of education are still a major issue and hence I am trying to resolve the same by facilitating career counselling for poor students in Worli and providing textbooks to them to help them pursue higher education.
As always, I am open to learning more from my constituent members. Please continue to support me to build a better Mumbai.

Make a difference in the community by acting on what people need.

Infrastructural vision has elevated Worli as the socio-economic hub of Mumbai. There are plans to route the monorail, Metro and Trans Urban Link through Worli.

Litter bins have been installed along the Worli sea face promenade. The blocks of the promenade are scheduled to be fixed shortly.

Proposed in August 2013, an additional Rs 100 crore increase in funds were allocated for the repair and redevelopment of more than 14,000 dilapidated buildings in Mumbai.

To provide immediate medical aid to those who may not be able to reach the hospital in times of emergencies, state-of-the-art ICUs have been built at Podar Medical and Aryurvedic College.

Laptops will be distributed to students on the basis of merit through Shree Sankalp Pratisthan.

Job fairs have been arranged and more than 20,000 people have got jobs on the spot.

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