The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Friday searched the offices of Viva Group run by the family of Vasai MLA and leader of Bahujan Vikas Aghadi, Hitendra Thakur, and two consultants to the group in connection with its probe into the alleged Rs 6,200 crore fraud perpetrated by Housing Development Infrastructure Limited (HDIL) at Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) Bank.
Vasai member of legislative Assembly (MLA) Hitendra Thakur has received an electricity bill of ₹5.50 lakh for the month of July, for his two colleges, run by his Viva Trust. He has, however, decided to not pay the bill and has appealed to his electorate to not pay inflated power bills.
As migrants camp outside Suncity ground, while waiting to be accommodated on a train, housing societies. say the area has become filthy amid lack of mobile toilets, ask authorities to take charge
Eid is incomplete without sheer khurma, the traditional rice vermicelli pudding served during this festival. And lockdown has made it difficult to savour this dish.Vasai MLA Hitendra Thakur distributed milk and vermicelli packets— the key ingredients to make this desert— to over 50,000 homes in the Vasai-Virar region.
Nearly three lakh families, including those of migrant labourers, in Vasai-Virar City Municipal Corporation won't have to struggle for their daily meals during the lockdown, MLA Hitendra Thakur has assured, with his plan to provide basic rations to them.
The Vasai-Virar City Municipal Corporation (VVCMC), a highly-populated area of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), has not seen a single case of corona virus thus far.