With dissidents in Delhi, BSY harps on development

With dissidents in Delhi, BSY harps on development

All ministers have been directed to ensure that the Government Orders for implementing the 2011-12 budgetary programmes are issued by April 15. The list of beneficiaries under the new Suvarna Bhoomi scheme, which envisages distribution of Rs 10,000 to each of the small farmers, will be prepared by the end of April, the chief minister told reporters after the three-hour long meeting at his home office ‘Krishna’.

The chief minister and the chief secretary will separately inspect implementation of government programmes in every district. They will cover four districts each in a month. The district incharge ministers have been asked to visit at least one taluk a week and attend to their department works at Vidhana Soudha for at least three days a week. District incharge secretaries will submit a progress report every month, Yeddyurappa said.

The list of tanks to be desilted will be prepared in a month’s time, and the work will be taken up at the earliest. The district incharge ministers have been asked to submit the list, the chief minister said. However, no officials, including the chief secretary, was invited for the meeting.

Action plan

* CM and CS to inspect four districts each in a month
* District incharge ministers to inspect one taluk a week
* District incharge secretaries to submit progress report every month
* GOs for implementing budget programmes to be issued by April 15

‘Even God can’t help him’

Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly, Siddaramaiah on Thursday said that this time even God cannot help Yeddyurappa. “He will either lose his post or his government will collapse,” he remarked, reports DHNS from Hassan.

Speaking to mediapersons here after attending a mass marriage function organised by legislator K M Shivalingegowda in Arasikere, he said despite the Chief Minister claiming that there was no dissidence in BJP everyone knows that the problem is serious. State BJP President K S Eshwarappa has openly said that he will be going to Delhi following complaints from party legislators. Even legislators are not attending meetings convened by the CM. “I am sure that Lord Nanjundeshwara will not save Yeddyurappa.”