Spree of road works in Gauribidanur taluk

Roads vital for trickling of welfare projects to rural pockets

  Road development works have been accorded priority to ensure that the welfare projects formulated by the Government reach the rural parts in backward taluks, said legislator N H Shivashankara Reddy.

Speaking after launching work on Namagondlu-Ketenahalli Road in the taluk recently, he said that priority is being accorded to backward areas in pursuance of the recommendations of Dr Nanjundappa Committee on regional imbalances. The legislator opined that a good road network ensures better implementation of the welfare projects to rural pockets.

He said that the government has introduced several schemes to respond to public woes at the doorsteps and called upon the people to take advantage of such facilities for betterment of their lives
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ITI College workshop

The legislator disclosed that the work on construction of ITI College workshop has been taken up at a cost of Rs 85 lakh. Gundapur-Hosur Alipur Road, KT Halli-Upparahalli road, D Palya, Melya and Hunasenahalli road linking State Highway 58 and the work on developing the roads in Scheduled Caste Colony of Bychapura in the taluk will be taken up at a cost of Rs 99.45 lakh.

Similarly, the road connecting to Hindupur road, Vidurashwaththa and Kotaladinne; development of roads in Scheduled Caste colony of Halaganahalli will be taken up at a cost of Rs 85 lakh.
The 32.80 km stretch from Gauribidanur to Peresandra, 33.80 km stretch of Lakksandra ST Colony will also be developed, the legislator revealed.

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