Mangaluru: Daijiworld Impact - District officer responds to poor condition of Madyar hostel

Mohan Kuthar

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SS)

Mangaluru, Jan 25: District officer of the Backward Classes Welfare department, Rashmi S R has responded positively to the poor condition of Madyar hostel that falls under the ambit of Kotekaru taluk panchayat (TP).

The onus of construction and upkeep of the Madyar hostel is on Karnataka Housing Board which has managed it for the last one year. The TP had conveyed completion of two drinking water connections to the hostel through its warden and also ordered providing two water tanks. A letter has been written to KHB to provide an alternative to STP.

Responding to the letter, Malini, chief officer of Kottekaru TP has directed repairs of streetlights and immediate installation of 8 bulbs on the street. There is paucity of financial grants-in aid for providing drinking water as the month of March is nearing.






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  • Anand A, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    real Tragedy when voters approve buying MLAs, MPs with crores. We clap because they are bought by our party. We have destroyed democratic election process. It is much cheaper now to buy an MLA/MP than winning the election. Now DCs, IAS have to spend their salary.

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  • Saravanabhavaan, Murukaveri

    Wed, Jan 25 2023

    At the cost of backward class name BJP has enough money to buy opposition MLA'S in Karnataka , Maharashtra , Goa and Uttar Pradesh.

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