The Karnataka Congress has launched an action plan committee to improve the infrastructure of Bengaluru.
Karnataka Congress president DK Shivakumar launched the Better Bengaluru Action Plan Committee. (File photo)
- Karnataka Congress has launched ‘Better Bengaluru Action Plan Committee’
- The party has sought people’s opinion to improve the infrastructure of Bengaluru
- The move comes amid the recent flood situation in Bengaluru
The Karnataka Congress on Tuesday launched an action plan committee seeking public opinion to improve the infrastructure of Bengaluru.
The ‘Better Bengaluru Action Plan Committee’ was launched by state Congress president DK Shivakumar. He requested people to participate in large numbers and share their opinion on email@example.com.
DK Shivakumar said the Committee will prepare the blueprint for Bengaluru’s future. The suggestions of the public might be included in the Congress manifesto in the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) election and next year’s Karnataka Assembly polls.
From 2023 till 2028, Congress will give Bengaluru a historic transformation, making it one of the world’s best cities to live in, work and enjoy good quality life. To make this happen, we need to solve city’s traffic problems and make it battle-ready for climate change.
— DK Shivakumar (@DKShivakumar) September 13, 2022
Former Bengaluru Development Minister Ramalinga Reddy has been named as the chairman of the committee. The panel also includes former Bengaluru development ministers G Parmeshwar and KJ George, MLAs Krishna Byre Gowda, NA Harris, former mayors Padmavati and Gangambike, and former Rajya Sabha MP Rajeev Gowda.
The Congress has launched this initiative as the ruling BJP government in Karnataka faces criticism over the handling of the recent rain and flood situation in Bengaluru. Several areas of the city were flooded, especially in the IT hub, due to incessant rainfall.
On Tuesday, the BBMP intensified its anti-encroachment drive and razed down illegal structures that prevented water flow and led to flooding in certain areas.
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