Don't leave anyone out of development loop: Minister

Don't leave anyone out of development loop: Minister

He said officials should not be negligent for any reason. Narayanaswamy was speaking at a meeting of the SC/ST welfare committee at the Zilla Panchayat auditorium in the city on Friday.

The minister said the officials should ensure that those belonging to the SC/ST, backward and minority communities are not deprived of the benefits of the government schemes.

‘Be diligent’
Dereliction of duty on the part of officials would not be tolerated and if negligence on their part is established, they would be suspended immediately.

The minister said compensation had been paid to the kin of five people who had died after consuming illicit liquor at Dibburahalli in Shidlaghatta taluk. “Production, sale and storage of illicit liquor has been banned. Suitable action will be taken against anyone storing and selling illicit liquor in dalit colonies,” the minister warned.

Steps would be taken to acquire 11.14 acres at old Upparahalli of Hosur hobli of Gouribidanur taluk, for distribution to the landless, he added.

Fund  utilisation
Narayanaswamy instructed the officials to ensure that the funds meant for the welfare of SC/STs are utilised properly. He also stressed the need for providing basic infrastructure to the pre-matric and post-matric student hostels.

A member of the SC/ST welfare committee said that basic amenities should be provided at the dalit colonies in Harobande and Marasanahalli. Deputy Commissioner Dr N Manjula announced that an ITI would be set up at the location of the travellers bungalow in Chikkaballapur.

MLA K P Bachchegowda, Zilla Panchayat president Chinnappaiah, additional deputy commissioner Nagaraju, Superintendent of Police Dr T D Pawar and others were present on the occasion.

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