My priority is to create world class facilities in B’luru: Yediyurappa
Bangalore, July 23 Amid growing speculation about an imminent change of leadership after July 26, Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Friday said his priority was to create world-class facilities in Bengaluru.
Yediyurappa, who toured the city with senior officials in an air-conditioned Volvo bus from the Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC), said Bengaluru needed planned infrastructure, which is the need of the hour. to attract more people to come here. and invest.
“My government has paid special attention to the development of lakes, storm sewers and parks in the city. In the coming days, we want all the roads in the city to be developed, we will ensure sufficient funds for this, intended for all development of the city, “he told reporters after his visit to the city.
He said that up to 36 works have been undertaken under the Smart City project, many of the road works of which have already been completed, and in the current year the remaining road works will also be completed.
Listing the roads that have been developed under the TenderSure model in the city, the chief minister said 69 roads 147 km long have been covered in white to improve the quality of the city’s main roads.
“We undertook this project to ensure that the white stems last a long time at least for the lifespan of the next 20 years. For the next two decades, we can be assured that there will be no problem with nesting holes. -pens on these roads, “he said. noted.
Yediyurappa added that he has inspected Smart City, TenderSure and other work in progress with cabinet colleagues, lawmakers and officials. “It is our government’s priority to create world-class facilities in Bengaluru and we will work to achieve this goal,” he reiterated.
On Thursday, he had already said he would abide by the decision of the party’s high command, which is interpreted as his way of saying he would leave office after completing two years on July 26.
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