Monday, December 29, 2008

CM sets deadline for works

CM sets deadline for works
DH News Service, Bangalore:
Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa has set a deadline of two months for the officials to deal with Bangalores civic issues to solve major problems of the city.

In what can be termed as BJP’s preparedness for the municipal elections, which will be held in the next few months, Chief Minister had a meeting with the Commissioners of Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), Bangalore Development Authority (BDA), Bangalore Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (BMRDA) and Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) chairman. During the meeting, the CM set a deadline of two months to solve water problem faced by a majority of areas of the city.

Sources said that the CM has told the officials to set a target that, this summer there should not be any water problem anywhere in the city. Along with it, the CM has discussed about the progress in the Bangalore Metro Rail project. The CM was reportedly displeased with the inordinate delay in the Metro Rail work.

He pulled up the officials for the slow pace of work and extending the timeline for the completion of the projects. The issue of property tax collection and Sakrama too came up for discussion, where the CM asked the officials to resolve it at the earliest possible. Allowing of registration of revenue sites in Bangalore, which has been banned for the last two years, was also taken up for discussion. The CM discussed the pros and cons of allowing the registration of revenue sites. However, no decision was taken in the meeting.


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