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This was also the first stand­ing com­mit­tee meet­ing since the new mu­nic­i­pal com­mis­sioner Tukaram Mundhe (right) took of­fice. Speak­ing at the end of the meet­ing, Mundhe said, “It is very im­por­tant that there is con­sen­sus in the meet­ing. De­bates can take place over is­sues. How­ever, there is a need to main­tain deco­rum and don’t hurt any­one per­son­ally.” He said, “I take two things into con­sid­er­a­tion – pub­lic in­ter­est and le­gal­ity. If th­ese two are sat­is­fac­tory, then I go ahead with a pro­posal. I have asked my of­fi­cials too to fol­low this rule.”

Mundhe added, “If there is co­op­er­a­tion from all sides, we will be able to do good work. Rak­ing up the past will not do much good. Of course, if three-year-old ten­ders are put for­ward now, then it is cer­tainly not good.”

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