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The delegation also apprised the prime minister of the prevailing drought-like situation in 17 of the total 30 districts in the state.
After the CM made the announcement, several Kannada activists had met him and expressed their objection to the move.
Lashing out at the opposition and media for ‘misinterpreting’ the farmer-friendly budget, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Saturday dismissed the allegations made by the opposition and some coalition
While swearing-in of BJP’s B S Yeddyurappa on May 17 costed around Rs 16 lakh the high profile swearing-in of HDK and Dy CM G Parameshwara on May 23 costed about Rs 43 lakh.
The rituals such as ‘homa’ and ‘havan’ have been underway since July 1 and Thursday was the concluding day wherein ‘poornaahuti’ was held and DKS was urged to take part without a miss and he did it
While Kumaraswamy said that a detailed project plan would be prepared so that the process could be achieved in stages, work for shifting the cables underground in a few sub-divisions has already begun
The budget presented on Thursday set the rudder to guide Bengaluru towards a decongested and lesser polluted megapolis, at least if you go by the proposals.
The Rs 2,18,488cr budget is a clear reflection of the political compulsions of Kumaraswamy heading a coalition government with Congress support in the backdrop of genuine doubts.
The four-decade-long demand on the creation of taluks, though approved in both assembly and council, had failed to gather momentum from the start.
A top Metro official said Rs 2,384 crore was for infrastructure, Rs 300 crore was the government’s equity contribution while Rs 116 crore was towards reimbursement of cash loss.
‘Compete with China’: H D Kumaraswamy's scheme to tackle Chinese products and increase employment in Karnataka
Under the programme, various skill-based industries will come up in some districts “on the basis of resources and professional skill available in each area”.
Heading the party with the symbol of a farm woman carrying a haystack, Kumaraswamy’s budget has a few novel programmes to reach out to them.
K Sudhakar Shetty, president of Federation of Karnataka Chamber and Commerce told The New Indian Express that they have asked the chief minister to concentrate on the development of satellite towns.
Siddaramaiah’s pet schemes such as Arogya Bhagya (universal health scheme) and free education for girls from UG to PG are likely to figure in Kumaraswamy’s budget.
Kumaraswamy is hoping to raise resources to fulfil his promises by plugging the misuse of subsidies on foodgrains being distributed to Above Poverty Line (APL) card families.