MVA allies come together for AAMCHI MUMBAI

by Web Desk | Published: 29 Jan 2021

MVA allies came together in the presence of CM Uddhav Thackeray to pay a visit to the BMC headquarters which was tuned as 'Aamchi Mumbai ' event which made it clear that the alliance is back and is open to all the new opportunities concerning with the three parties involved. This was also the first time when Ajit Pawar and Balasaheb Thorat stepped into the headquarters. 
With the coming elections of 2022 the leaders of the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) including CM Uddhav Thackeray and Deputy CM Ajit Pawar along with the revenue minister Balasaheb Thorat made a visit to the civic headquarters on 29th January 2021.
The project was framed in 2020 by the state tourism department which is headed by Aditya Thackeray who also paid a visit along with the tourism minister Aditi Tatkare and Mumbai Congress Chief Bhai Jagtap. 
Pawar said, “I have been in the Vidhan Bhavan since 1990 and Balasaheb Thorat has been here since 1985, but we did not get a chance to visit the BMC headquarters. I got this chance now because of Aditya Thackeray.”
CM Uddhav Thackeray expressed his gratitude towards his allies and said, “This has been possible due to my new allies. Like you (Pawar and Thorat) got a chance to visit the civic general body hall due to the new alliance, similarly I got a chance to go there (Mantralaya).”
After the inauguration the BMC headquarters is now open to all the tourists who can now book tours of the building online.
Talking about the inauguration Aditya said, “Very soon, we will also start unguided tours for tourists, with bar codes placed at various locations. Tourists can scan this code for more information of the building.” He also announced that the tourism department is planning to arrange similar barcodes for roads and junctions across the city, with information on the importance of the personality after whom the road has been named and their contribution to history.
The tourism department will start similar tours at other locations in the city, such as Wankhede stadium and Gateway of India, according to Aditya.