Devt works have come to a standstill in DK, alleges BJP

Devt works have come to a standstill in DK, alleges BJP

Coming down heavily against the State government, Dakshina Kannada District BJP unit President Pratap Simha Nayak has said that development works have come to a standstill in the district. The State government is engaged in filing false case against BJP leaders.

Addressing a press meet here on Friday, he said that the law and order situation in the State has deteriorated. It was only after the BJP staged series of protests against Kavoor SI, in protest against assault on a Sangh Parivar leader that the the SI was suspended. The BJP will stage protest and awareness rallies in all the Assembly constituencies against the failure of the State government.

“The State government had been promising a dream world by announcing welfare schemes. However, the State government has no money to implement the schemes. Under Basava Vasathi scheme, 500 houses can be distributed in a taluk. But, the State government has announced month end as the deadline for submitting applications. The government should act against anti- social elements in the district that are indirectly supporting illegal transportation of cattle and atrocities on women.”

‘No ration cards’

The district President blamed the Congress-led government for row over ration cards in the district. Many poor still wait for the ration cards even after one year of submitting applications. Not more than five to ten ration cards are distributed in the taluk offices. Owing to failure to receive ration cards, many are deprived of Anna Bhagya scheme, he added. 

Land issues

Nayak also expressed concern over the authorities issuing notices to clear kumki land holders in coastal district. Farmers are worried over their kumki land. The government should protect the interest of the farmers. Moolageni tenants are also worried about their land rights.

The state government should frame rules and implement the Conferment of Ownership on Moolageni or Volamoolageni Tenants Act 2011, to provide justice to them. He said that the country is on the path of development and people have high expectations from Modi government. The Modi government has met almost all expectation till date, he said.

Former minister J Krishna Palemar, former MLC Monappa Bhandary, MLC Capt Ganesh Karnik, former MLA Yogish Bhat, Zilla Panchayat President Asha Timmappa Gowda, BJP Mangalore South President Ravishankar Mijar were present.  
DH News Service

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