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Rs 10 crore development fund released

Rs 10 crore development fund released

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Tribune News Service

Faridabad, February 10

After a protest by Congress MLA from NIT Assembly segment Neeraj Sharma, who wore a shroud, seeking development funds, authorities have released Rs 10 crore.

On January 17, Sharma had donned the shroud in protest against non-release of Rs 28 crore and charged the state government with gross discrimination in allotment of development funds for his constituency. Sharma today said he had raised the issue in the winter session of the Assembly and sought reason behind delay in release of fund in his assembly segment.

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