He did not have plans to visit constituencies earlier due to age, Covid factor; Bypolls crucial to Yediyurappa in asserting his leadership
Speaking to the media, Yediyurappa said that the issuing of compensation cheques will start immediately and all those who have been affected will be given all essential supplies
Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa will campaign for BJP candidate from the South East Graduates’ constituency, Chidananda M Gowda, here on Saturday.
The CM said Karnataka has attracted investment worth Rs 1.38 lakh crore, the highest in the country which would create 70,000 direct employment in the State.
A day after conducting an aerial survey of the flood-affected districts in North Karnataka, Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Thursday termed the situation this year as more severe than previous years
Lauding the police for their services during the pandemic, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa assured full support to the department in putting an end to the drug menace.
During the survey of flood-hit areas in Kalaburgi, Bidar and Raichur in an Indian Air Force helicopter, the CM witnessed the damage to standing crops and properties.
Yediyurappa was accompanied by Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai, Animal Husbandry Minister Prabhu Chauhan and the Commissioner of Karnataka Disaster Management Authority Manoj Rajan
Yediyurappa cancelled his aerial survey of flood-hit villages of Vijayapura district due to bad weather there. There was apprehension that the helicopter could not land in Alamatti.
However, he managed to avoid questions on criticism of the Opposition as well as his own party.
Yediyurappa had earlier said the government was doing everything possible to help flood-affected people and relief and rescue efforts were being taken up on a war-footing.
"Yediyurappa's time is up. Shortly, he is going to lose his chair because even the central leadership is not happy with him. They have decided to do away with him," claimed Yatnal
Denying opposition allegations that funds were not being released for relief centres, Ashoka said there was no shortage of funds.
Our aim is to make Shikaripura a model taluk and Shivamogga a model district.
Review on Oct 21, to visit four districts where hundreds of villages have been inundated