Health and medical education minister of Karnataka Dr K Sudhakar assured all assistance to the former prime minister.
The former CM alleged that the current Yediyurappa government is not spending on any of the works approved by the state assembly but has the money for projects approved at the cabinet meeting.
CM BS Yediyurappa on Saturday directed the senior officials of the infrastructure development department to take up the project under the Centre's UDAAN scheme at a cost of Rs 175 crore.
He also urged the Prime Minister to take up the matter of linking the Cauvery and Mahanadi rivers to provide a permanent solution to the farmers of Karnataka.
Earlier this month he had written to Prashanth Bhushan expressing his inability to physically join the Kisan Sansad due to health concerns.
The government should take stringent action against the guilty irrespective of their party affiliations, Devegowda said.