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City’s major roads to get footpaths, drainages within 3 months: DC Ibrahim

City’s major roads to get footpaths, drainages within 3 months: DC Ibrahim


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Sep 22, 2015:  Deputy Commissioner AB Ibrahim has informed that a special meeting would be soon convened to discuss various aspects pertaining to major works in the city including construction of footpaths and drainages. He has also stated that  all prominent roads in teh city will have  footpaths and drainages within the next three months.

DC Ibrahim.The DC also stated that the government has approved works  costing Rs 24.64 crore towards footpaths and drainages on ten roads. At the same time, he informed that none have responded to the tenders called for by the MCC several times.  The ensuing meeting would discuss calling tenders  on piece work basis, he added.

The DC also informed the meeting that the renovated Town Hall  will be ready for use   on November. He even stated that  the government has approved sanction of Rs 92 lakh for CCTV, LED screen, generator room and other works.

Steps would also be taken to improve facilities at the MCC swimming pool and added mosaic tiles will be laid around the pool and new toilets would also be constructed. The total budget estimate is Rs 40 lakhs, he added.

Moidin Bava, MLA, Capt. Ganesh Karnik, MLC, Jacintha Vijay Alfred, Mayor,  Dr Gopalkrishna, MCC Commissioner, Purushottam Chitrapur,  Deputy Mayor and others were present.


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Rekha, Mangalore Tue, September-22-2015, 2:57

Just take an example of the Corporation Bank Head Office, the road opposite to it is under construction from quite four months and its still not reday and all the heavy vehicles move in the Carmel School road and it so risky. What about it?

Mahek, Mangalore Tue, September-22-2015, 2:49

Some roads are such worst condition, what about them? The MLA’s and MP’s pockets become heavy but towards the development its ZERO.

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