Karnataka to give 500 acres to HAL

BANGALORE: The state government may give 500 acres of land in Bidar to the defence PSU Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) to set up its advanced utility helicopter (AUH) manufacturing unit.

Published: 12th April 2012 02:30 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:28 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: The state government may give 500 acres of land in Bidar to the defence PSU Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) to set up its advanced utility helicopter (AUH) manufacturing unit.

The state Cabinet, which will be meeting here on Thursday, is expected to give approval for sanctioning the land, which the HAL felt will be suitable to house its prestigious project. According to sources, the state government, following a request by the HAL has decided to provide 500 acres of land at Bidar where the Indian Air Force also has its base.

The HAL is planning to develop Bidar as an exclusive hub for its helicopter manufacturing facilities if the land was sanctioned, the sources added.

This apart, the Cabinet is also expected to give its nod for issuing appointment orders to 629 high school teachers.

These teachers were selected through the Karnataka Public Service Commission.

Among many, there  willl be prominent subjects that the Cabinet may handle in its discussion during the meeting.

Transfer of Nemmadi project from Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms to the Revenue Department, framing of guidelines for the appointment of teaching staff to AYUSH colleges, grant of central scales to the officers and officials of Karnataka High Court, waiver of loans to the weavers to Karnataka Handloom Development Corporation. may be discussed in the meeting.

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