Revenue minister Narayan Rane revived his campaign against chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh accusing him of failure on the energy front. Taking a cue from NCP president and union minister Sharad Pawar, Rane told media persons that investors should not be called in when the state itself is facing a power crisis. Significantly, Revenue Minister Narayan Rane, who opposed the allotment of 250 hectares of CIDCO land in Navi Mumbai to the Videocon group, has also opposed the holding of a referendum for the special economic zone project of Mukesh Ambani in Raigad district. Endorsing the need for SEZs, Rane asked how will job opportunity be created in the state if such projects were opposed. Rajeev Mishra NMTV News.
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