Karnataka CM directed deputy commissioner and officers to submit a report on 2018 Kodagu floods
New CM of Karnataka Mr. B S Yediyurappa held a meeting with the deputy commissioner and officers. In that meeting, officers have submitted the 2018 Kodagu floods and requirement of basic infrastructural reports and road repairs proposals.
“According to the estimation of rejuvenation of Kodagu, a sum of Rs 535 crore is required and for this, I would need a detailed report on necessities of basic infrastructure, housing and road construction/repair.
“The district has incurred a loss of Rs 1400 crore. The Centre has sanctioned Rs 58 crore and the State government has sanctioned a special package of Rs 85 crore. Currently, Rs 535 crore is required to construct the damaged national and state highways and road connectivity to urban and rural parts along with drain facilities.”
Managing Director of the Rajiv Gandhi Housing Corporation Limited, Anbu Kumar said 200 housed were under construction by Infosys Foundation and in Sample, Seva Bharathi organization had moved to construct 35 houses. While in that meeting MLA KG Bopaiah, former MLA Appachu Ranjan, Adviser to CM M Lakshminarayana, Additional Chief Secretary to CM Dr. E V Ramana Reddy and other officers were attended.