MUMBAI: Days after the Gujarat government lapped the Rs.22,000 Tata-Airbus project in a second strike in Maharashtra, Deputy Prime Minister Devendra Fadnavis said on Monday that “a false narrative is being created that after our government has come to power, projects are coming out of Maharashtra. ”

“That’s not true. The previous government (Maha Vikas Aghadi) is to blame for the loss of projects,” said Fadnavis, quoted by the ANI.

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“Tatas was looking into Gujarat for the Tata Airbus deal as early as 2021. MVA was informed a year ago that the deal has already gone to Gujarat. Over the past 2.5 years of MVA rule, there have been so many cases of corruption, that’s why the industry doesn’t want to come here, “Fadnavis said.

He said, over the next two years, “we will make Maharashtra number one in terms of investment.”

“The mega refinery project will continue in Maharashtra. The center has granted the maximum amount of infrastructure projects to Maharashtra. We have planned to invest Rs 25,000 crore in Maharashtra,” he added.
(With input from agencies)



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