MNREGA will be implemented after CBI probe, says Moily

More emphasis will be laid on infrastructure development in the taluk

Redressal: Union Minister for Law M Veerappa Moily receives appeals from residents of a village at a People’s Contact programme organised at the Government High School in Bagepalli on Monday. Zilla Panchayat President B S Shekarappa, Deputy Commisioner N Manjula, Tahsildar T A Hanumantharaya, Legislator N Sampangi and others are seen. DH Photo

As a result there is a delay in sanctioning funds to pay for the daily wage labourers, he added.

Addressing a gathering  at a People’s Contact programme at the Government High School, he received grievances from the public.

He promised that funds would be released after the CBI investigation.

Most villages in the district are devoid of basic facilities. Development and repair of roads, underground drainage systems, tube wells and tanks will be taken up in phases.  Residents of villages will be provided with many benefits in the future, he added.

As much as Rs 350 crore has been sanctioned for the survey of the rail route between Bangalore and Prashanta Nilaya in Andhra Pradesh.Irrigation schemes have been proposed for many of the dry regions in the district.

He promised that several schemes and development activities would be witnessed in the future. MLA N Sampangi addressed the gathering and said that the water problems in Bagepalli and Gudibande will soon be solved and  drinking water facility will improve in 128 villages in the district.

The villagers submitted an appeal to the Legislator for solving problems pertaining to the distribution of ration cards and other civic issues including roads, water supply and houses.

Deputy Commissioner N Manjula, ZP CEO B S Shekarappa, Tahsildar T A Hanumantharaya, TP Executive Officer Nagappa and others were present at the programme.

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