Dingy record room greets DyCM at BDA office

The squalid record room at the Bangalore Development Authority's (BDA) head office left Deputy Chief Minister G Parameshwara appalled on Saturday. 

The squalid record room at the Bangalore Development Authority's (BDA) head office left Deputy Chief Minister G Parameshwara appalled on Saturday. 

Walking into the dingy room in a corner of the administrative building, he asked BDA officials whether all precious land records have been digitised. Officials replied that only some have been digitised and that others are still being digitised. 

Speaking to reporters later, Parameshwara acknowledged the severe space constraints at the BDA office. "About 500 people work here. The workspace is expanding fast with the creation of additional wings and departments. At the same time, we have to accommodate these precious files and land records. I have directed the officials to submit a proposal on constructing a BDA Bhavan, similar to the headquarters of other government agencies. The cabinet will discuss the proposal and take a decision," he added. 

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