Dharmasthala, Dec 09, 2019: Speaking after performing groundbreaking for various development works at a total cost of Rs 347 crore in Belthangady constituency, at a formal programme at Ratnavarma stadium in Ujire, near Dharmasthala, on December 8, Sunday. Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa promised to release grants for the formation of new Kaniyoor hobli, to be carved out of Kokkada hobli, in Belthangady taluk.
Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa was presented with a silver crown during the groundbreaking of various development works in Belthangady constituency, at a formal function held in Ratnavarma stadium in Ujire
The chief minister responding to Belthangady MLA Harish Poonja’s request for creation of a separate Kaniyoor hobli in order to provide better administration. Yediyurappa assured that more vented dams would be sanctioned under Paschimavahini project in Belthangady constituency and financial assistance for Endosulfan daycare centres.
He promised that he would sanction Rs two crore for constructing a full-fledged autorickshaw stand in Belthangady taluk.
He mentioned that the BJP Govt in the state will get stronger with the results of the by-election due today, Dec 9. He said that at least 13 more seats will be gained for the party and it will help the stable Govt which will surely continue with better work till the end of it’s term.
Compensation for victims of Odiyuru in Bantwal tragedy: CM Yediyurappa announced a compensation of Rs three lakh each to the families of Labourers who had lost their lives after soil caved in during the construction of a building in Odiyuru in Bantwal.
Those injured will get a compensation of Rs 1 lakh, he said.
Deputy Chief Minister Govind M Karjol said that road works worth Rs 1 crore were initiated in Belthangady and officials had been asked to complete the works before March 31, 2020.
An additional grant of Rs 5 crore will be released to fund SC/ST welfare schemes in Belthangady constituency.
Karnataka police : Home and Cooperation Minister Basavaraj Bommai said the government’s goal was to make Karnataka police number one in the country.
Bommai promised a new building for police station in Dharmasthala, staff quarters and a new fire and emergency service station in Belthangady.
Dakshina Kannada Zilla Panchayat President Meenakshi Shantigodu, Minister for Muzrai, Inland Transport and Fisheries and District In-charge minister Kota Srinivas Poojary, Mangalore South MLA D Vedavyas Kamath, Mangalore North MLA Dr Y Bharat Shetty, Bantwal MLA U Rajesh Naik, Karnatka Tulu Sahitya Academy President Dayananda Kattalsar, DK Deputy Commissioner Sindhu B Rupesh and ZP CEO Dr R Selvamani were present. A huge public participation under a specially erected pandal was the high light of the visit.