The political instability that enveloped the previous JD(S)-Congress regime this year apparently prevented meaningful legislative business.
The JD(S) has planned a protest rally from JP Bhavan to Freedom Park on Thursday. Party leaders are also said to have planned a protest at the Vidhana Soudha.
The ACB, a government arm set up to check corruption, is hoping to close the probe and file charge sheet in 6-7 months.
The idea is to enable people to plan and build their own homes under the Centre's PM Awas Yojana without encountering the routine bureaucratic hurdles if the govt were to implement the scheme.
Unlike in the past when the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader, by default, became the leader of the opposition, this time, the party high command is keen to break the tradition.
The two will engage with policy leaders on issues such as climate change and look at using the research grant to offer sustainable business opportunities for local communities.
The Congress and Janata Dal (S) have not only been protesting the Centre’s “indifference” to the BJP ruled southern state’s plight, but have also been attacking the CM as well for his regime’s apparent efforts to cut funds meant for other programmes.
Farmers in the flood-hit regions of Karnataka are looking for immediate relief in the form of cash compensation for crop loss, which has been pegged at Rs 1,150 crore.
A year after BBMP schools were promised artificial intelligence to machine learning and other things, no one from the government or the BBMP or the programme partners wants to talk about it.
Leaders at the AAP Bengaluru unit have swung back to highlighting the city’s issues and campaigning for action, exactly like they did four years ago.
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