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As many as 4,290 assurances

given in the Maharashtra Assembly have remained unfulfilled

over the last 27 years, as per a committee of the legislature.

Out of the total 47,252 assurances given since 1991,

42,962 assurances were fulfilled,said a report of the

Assembly Assurances Committee for 2017-18.

It was presented during the current winter session.

In 2018, 343 assurances were given in the Budget

session, of which none has been fulfilled, the report said.

The government is supposed tofulfil an assurance

given on the floor of the house within 90 days.

The committee, which has representatives of all

parties as its members, recommended that the responsibility

for not fulfilling promises without any valid reason should be


(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)



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