Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa at this time met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi and mentioned varied developmental points pertaining to the state. He additionally invited PM Modi to inaugurate the Bengaluru Tech Summit just about.
The assembly on the Parliament Home lasted for 15 minutes, an official launch from the state info division stated.
Throughout the assembly, Mr Yediyurappa prolonged an invite to PM Modi to inaugurate Bengaluru Tech Summit on November 19 on a digital mode, it stated.
The state authorities’s flagship ‘Bengaluru Tech Summit’, really scheduled in September this yr, was postponed to November in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This yr’s BTS is predicted to deal with leveraging expertise to sort out challenges delivered to the fore by the pandemic and there will likely be symposiums and tech-related talks by consultants and technologists.
Forward of his assembly with Prime Minister Modi, the Chief Minister stated, he’ll focus on all the problems regarding the improvement of the state, additionally relating to the state cupboard growth.
“… dialogue additionally has to occur relating to the cupboard growth, I’ll deliver it to his discover and take clearance and depart for Bengaluru tomorrow,” he stated, including that he’ll meet BJP nationwide President JP Nadda within the night.
Based on launch, the Chief Minister throughout at this time’s assembly appealed to the Prime Minister to expedite the discharge of funds from the Nationwide Catastrophe Response Fund.
He additionally made a plea to revise the gadgets and norms of help from the State Catastrophe Response Fund or Nationwide Catastrophe Response Fund for the present yr itself to make sure well timed and enough monetary help to the distressed individuals.
Mr Yediyurappa additional urged PM Modi to declare irrigation initiatives like Higher Krishna Venture Stage-III and Higher Bhadra Venture as “Nationwide Tasks”.
He additionally made a request for vital motion for early approvals and clearances for irrigation and consuming water initiatives together with Mekedatu and Kalasa Banduri Nala to utilise the dear water assets allotted to the State, the discharge added.
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