'Revenue adalat has been successful'

'Revenue adalat has been successful'

The revenue adalat organised by the district administration to find solution to the problems related to revenue department has been successful, said Minister for Urban Development and Housing U T Khader.

Speaking to reporters here, on Saturday, Khader said several complaints have received on the spot solution.

“During the revenue adalat, I have noticed lack of coordination among the revenue department officials. The officials have been interpreting the revenue issues in a different ways in each taluk for one particular problem.”

To a query on BJP and Congress leaders locking horns over construction of a compound for Indira Canteen at Bantwal, the minister said that the issue had been sorted out after discussing with Bantwal MLA Rajesh Naik and
Deputy Commissioner Sasikanth Senthil.

“I have impressed upon the MLA on the need to construct a compound wall for the canteen keeping in mind safety and cleanliness of the canteen. As there is space constraints, the width of the compound wall will be reduced to ensure that there was no encroachment of road. I have also discussed the issue with former minister Ramanath Rai.”

To a query on row over modernising slaughterhouse at Kudroli, Khader said that he did not get any response from prime minister for the letter he had written seeking clarification on modernisation of abattoirs under Smart City Mission. 

“In spite of opposing the proposal, none of the BJP MLAs and MP have written any letter to me opposing the same. I will write a reminder letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Urban Development Minister,” he added.