Maharashtra govt to allot Rs 1.32 cr to de-addiction centres

ST Correspondent
Wednesday, 28 March 2018

The State government has decided to allocate funds of Rs 1.32 crore to 12 de-addiction centres in Maharashtra

Pune: The State government has decided to allocate funds of Rs 1.32 crore to 12 de-addiction centres in Maharashtra including two centres in Pune. As per a government notification, each de-addiction centre has been allocated a fund of Rs 11 lakh. The funds can be utilised in paying rent of the centre, buying stationery, advertisements related to de-addiction and other facilities used by deaddiction centres. 

These de-addiction centres are located in Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Amravati, Nagpur and Aurangabad. In Pune, Aastha Bahuuddeshiya Sanstha of Bhosari and Anandvan Vyasanmukti Kendra will be allocated the funds. The notification stated that monetary help provided to the centres will motivate them in doing their work better.

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