After holding a Congress Legislature Party meeting, members of the grand old party staged a protest against the ruling party at the Gandhi statue in the city for about an hour on Wednesday.
The minister also slammed the vice-chancellors for the lack of transparency in appointments.
B1k cr earmarked for construction, repair of houses, B500cr for roads
Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Tuesday said the government has decided to release more money to help flood victims rather than spend on schemes.
Further, the social welfare department has been asked to spend about 50 per cent of allocated funds under Urban local bodies ministry to construct houses for citizens from SC/ST communities.
Sources in the District Health and Family Welfare Department said that the Kyasanur Forest Disease, which infected 342 people in the district from December 2018 to April 2019, claimed 12 lives.
he deceased has been identified as Channapa Gowda (65).
Belagavi’s Suvarna Vidhana Soudha will in all likelihood miss out on hosting the upcoming winter session of the Legislature owing to the recent floods that ravaged the region.
Adding to his troubles, an arrest warrant has been issued against him as he had not made payments on a loan availed from ICICI Bank.
Former Minister Satish Jarkiholi taunted that the government has not even been able to compensate the flood victims with Rs 10,000 which it had earlier promised.
Addressing the gathered visitors, they lauded the efforts of the pontiffs in doing good for society.
A four-year-old boy died on Tuesday at a relief camp set up by the government to rehabilitate flood-hit families in Ramdurg taluk.
He added that the government has already provided temporary relief to people affected by the disastrous floods in various parts of the state.
While Cong terms it an ‘insult to the people of the state’, the saffron party counters that a central team has inspected flood damage and assistance will come
Approximately 7.5 lakh hectares of land was submerged in water and 82 people lost their lives in Karnataka.