If chief minister Prithviraj Chavan is to be believed, then the assets of his council of ministers would be made public at the right time.
Chavan told on Tuesday that the process of declaration was still on. “Some ministers have submitted the relevant documents to me and some gave them to the chief secretary.”
The process is in accordance with the decision taken at the Centre wherein the Cabinet members submitted details of their assets to the prime minister’s office, which in turn posted them on the official website.
Chavan said that all the documents would be collated and made public. “We will declare it at the right time.” Public works minister Anil Deshmukh told HT that he has declared his assets to the chief minister. “It’s a good practice,” he said.