CM to launch projects in city on March 3

CM to launch projects in city on March 3

Chief Minister D V Sadananda Gowda will be launching various developmental works in the city on March 3. This was announced to the media here on Wednesday by medical education and district in-charge minister S A Ramdas.

The minister said that the government has already given administrative approval for the development of roads in the district at an estimated cost of Rs 220 crore.

The chief minister will be laying foundation for Dr B R Ambedkar Bhavan estimated to cost Rs 14 crore, besides Dr Babu Jagjivan Ram Bhavan, Maharshi Valmiki Bhavan and Kanaka Bhavan costing Rs five crore each.

Four hospitals and class rooms constructed in different parts of the district at a cost of Rs 330 crore will be dedicated on the day. Chairman of Mysore Urban Development Authority (MUDA) L Nagendra who was also present said the chief minister will be distributing sites to 256 families of special task force (STF) personnel. The beneficiaries have already been informed in advance.

Flex free

The cultural capital Mysore is also set to gain with chief minister’s visit, in taking a step towards retaining the beauty of the city.  The CM will be making an announcement on ‘Flex free city’ and an order to this effect will also be made.

The minister said that to facilitate road side vendors, a cooperative association will be established for the very community. It is intended at freeing them from the clutches of money lenders.

The minister said that he has instructed the city corporation commissioner K S Raykar to issue notices to seven officers for the irregularity in drinking water supply in Mahadevapura and German Press  areas. 

Instructions have been given to transfer those who have been working at the same place for eight to 10 years. It is also found that the drinking water pipe has been diverted to another near Vikrant Tyre Factory.