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Tata Power adopts Maharashtra village

Tata Power adopts Maharashtra village

India Blooms News Service | 01 Sep 2014, 11:15 pm
Mumbai, 1st Sept (IBNS): Keeping in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Independence Day speech on the need for developing model villages to build a stronger India, Tata Power on Monday announced that the company aims to transform Kadachimeth, a tribal village in the Thane District of Maharashtra, into a model village by 2017.

With more than 90 per cent of adivasi (tribal) population, the village is deprived of basic amenities and the standard of living is poor.

The company has pledged to partner with the community of Kadachimeth and work towards improving their quality of life.

Commenting on this development, Anil Sardana, CEO and Managing Director, Tata Power stated, “Our Prime Minister gave a call to each MP to adopt a village."

"We will work towards building and developing Kadachimeth as a model village to bring about social upliftment and inclusive development of the community and will help transform it as the most aspired village of the neighborhood from being the most deprived,” he added.

Anil said."In the next 3 years, the company plans to engage in developing it into a clean and green village with good roads, good education facilities, medical outreach, and solid infrastructure so that the village becomes a role-model for the neighboring villages to emulate."

According to Tata Power, the company has assigned a team of employees to execute the development work.

Anil stated, Tata Power aspires to adopt more villages and develop them into a model village in next 3 years.

Tata Power adopts Maharashtra village

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