HDK VISITS UDUPI KRISHNA MUTT AND DEPARTMENTS TO SHIFT TO NORTH KARNATAKA REGIONS: KUMARASWAMY
Udupi: Why should I take tension? If I was in tension I would not have come to Udupi. Instead I would have sat in Bengaluru to do politics, said Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy while he was on his visit to Udupi on Friday.
Kumaraswamy visited Udupi Krishna Mutt and then interacted with the media. His reply was in response to a question on the issue of Belgaum PLD Bank and the instability of the government.
What has happened in Belgaum? Who are the 13 rebels? You ask this question to Ramesh Jarakihalli himself. Why should I take tension? Our coalition government is stable. There is no misunderstanding or dissatisfaction. All are happily with us, he said expressing his faith in the government
The media is giving unnecessary deadlines on the government. Is former CM Siddaramiah going abroad wrong? Has he gone alone? asked HDK.
CM takes Paryaya Palimarushri’s blessing
Though there was no pre-planned visiting programme, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy visited the Sri Krishna Mutt. He later met Paryaya Palimarushri and got his blessing.
DEPARTMENTS TO SHIFT TO NORTH KARNATAKA REGIONS: KUMARASWAMY
HD Kumaraswamy government plans to move the head-offices of many departments and corporations to North Karnataka regions from Bengaluru.
Departments such as Krishna Bhagya Jala Nigam Ltd will be moved to Alamatti, and the Karnataka Neeravari Nigam Ltd will be relocated to a suitable place in north Karnataka.
Vijay Bhaskar from the department submitted its report to the state cabinet on Thursday.
Karnataka Handloom Development Corporation, Department of Archeological Museum, Directorate of Cane Development, Office of Cane Development Commissioner, bifurcation of Karantaka Urban Water Supply and Sewage Board into South and North with a proposal to house the north KUWSSB in North Karnataka.