A few days after MP Mahesh Shinde accompanied Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, Koregaon received a big gift in the form of funds. A fund of Rs 20 crore has been granted by the new government for development works in Koregaon town. Through this, one can see that Mahesh Shinde has tried to show how useful this government is for the development of the constituency. The great work done by Mahesh Shinde during the Corona period and he went to the villages in Koregaon constituency to know the issues of the citizens. Because of this, the demand for him to get the post of minister began to gain strength in the constituency.
Mahesh Shinde can bring such a huge fund when he is an MP. There is currently an ongoing discussion in the constituency as to how Koregaon and the constituency will change after becoming a minister. During the Corona period, when no ruler was looking after us, MP Mahesh Shinde looked after us and our family members in the hospital he had set up. For this reason, the reactions of ordinary people in the constituency are felt that MPs who serve the people should get a ministerial position. Also Mahesh Shinde activists are now talking about their ministry expectation.
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Mahesh Shinde has the power to take on any great NCP leader. For this reason, it is said that if the NCP wants to back down in Satara district and Koregaon constituency, Devendra Fadnavis and Eknath Shinde can give strength to Mahesh Shinde in the form of ministers. MPP Mahesh Shinde is also considered close to Devendra Fadnavis and Eknath Shinde. Due to this, Mahesh Shinde is also expected to get a ministerial lottery. The cabinet expansion is expected to take place on Sunday. Sources predict that around 25 ministers will be sworn in. For this reason, should Mahesh Shinde be appointed to this cabinet? Citizens of Satara district became curious about this.
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