Mangalore will see full pledged development: CM

6:09 PM, Monday, August 23rd, 2010
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Mangalore : Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa vistd the cityn early in the morning with the list of appointment of the programme and laid the foundation stone for the long standing Rangamandira at Bondel and the synthetic track at Mangala stadium.

Later he visited Urwa Market and handed over 21 newly built houses for SC/ST. Foundation for rope-way bridge construction work was also laid by CM at Sulthan Battery.

He also visited the First Grade College Car street, First Grade College for Women Balmatta and Government Pre University College for Women Car street for laying the foundation stone for the infrastructural work sponsored by Dr P Dayananda Pai and P Sathish Pai at the estimate cost of RS 8 crore.

The foundation stone laying ceremony for Mangalore Commissionerate office was also fulfilled by him on the occasion.

Speaking after inaugurating the event held at Town Hall CM B S Yeddyurappa said that todays day is unforgettable in the two years of ministry ship.

The welcome dance by the specially able children and Raksha Bhandan they tied to the hand has brought all the emotions. Hence the fund of Rs 100 crore will be released for the welfare of the students and the teachers of specially abled school.

This 21st century is called Indian century. The words of Barack Obama, president of the United States that Indian Youths are growing to the higher level to give neck to neck competition with youths of America will make us proud, he said.

Minister also assured he release the amount Rs 5 crore for the development of the Kadri Park and make it a tourism centre. No cities in the state has arranged for such an event where series of foundation laying ceremony has been arranged, he said.

The amount of Rs 2 crore has been released for the construction of synthetic track. Further the rope way bridge will be completed within the duration of one and half year.

Mangalore has lot of opportunity to develop after the Bangalore and slowly every development will be completed, he assured. Around nine lakh children of Coolie workers were given the Bhagyalakshmi scheme.

Criticizing the opposition party ministers, CM said that the ministers are asking for my resignation, but it is not the solution for the entire problem.  I will not give resignation at any cost and accept all the criticism as my challenged and work for the development of the state till they change their opinion on the present government.

If the electricity problem will be solved by must resignation then I will give on the next day itself, e said. If this kind of developmental work was taken place before 4 to 5 years, then the city would have been developed by now.

Karnataka state was the first t stop the export of mines and sand. I have banned the license for the transportation of mines and sand, he informed. We must protect our resources and provide for our younger generation and in the matter of importing other materials, we have enough technology to manufacture, he added.

District in charge minister Krishna J Palemar welcomed the guests and gathering. Dr K N Vijayaprakash, commissioner, MCC proposed vote of thanks. MLA Yogesh Bhat presided over the function.

Dr V S Acharya, state home minister and Goolihatti D Shekar, Hon’ble Minister for Youth Services and Sports participated as the chief guests and addressed the gathering.

Santhosh Kumar Bhandary, president, Zilla Panchayath, MLC Capt Ganesh Karnik, MLA U T Khader, MLA Abhaychnadra Jain, MLA Mallika Prasad, MP Nalin Kumar Kateel, Mayor Rajani Duganna, B Nagaraj Shetty, chairman, Coastal Authority Development, Seemanth Kmar Singh, Police Commissioner, SP Dr A Subramanyeshwar Rao, DC V Ponnuraj, Dr P Dayananda Pai and P Sathish Pai were present on the dais.

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