Officials have earlier said that at least 91 people have died, while over 25 lakh hectares of farmland were destroyed due to excess rainfall in Marathwada in the last four months.
She also took a swipe at NCP minister and her estranged cousin Dhananjay Munde for `not visiting' his home district of Beed immediately.
Kaustubh Diwegaonkar is carrying forward a colonial-era British officer’s work by deciding to conduct in-depth research of each district and the region wherever his postings take him.
Protesters sarcastically thanked CM Thackeray for resolving various problems faced by the city and the Marathwada region of the state.
Out of the 31 deaths, 4 each were reported in Aurangabad, Hingoli and Jalna districts, 2 each in Parbhani and Osmanabad, 7 in Nanded, 5 in Beed and 3 in Latur district, said an official.
In March alone, 66 farmers have committed suicide in the Marathwada region, which is the most parched and backward region of the state.