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DK Shivakumar announces ‘5 point programme’ to improve Bengaluru’s infrastructure

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DK Shivakumar announces ‘5 point programme’ to improve Bengaluru’s infrastructure
Bengaluru’s infrastructure problems have been addressed by the government with a five-point plan, according to Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar.

May 23, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India (ANI): Bengaluru’s infrastructure problems have been addressed by the government with a five-point plan, according to Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar.

“Drinking water, patching potholes, expanding the property tax net, collecting property taxes, and removing Rajakaluve encroachment are all included in the five-point plan (water resources including canals or other water bodies and lakes).” On Thursday, Shivakumar told reporters, “The Chief Minister and I visited many parts of Bengaluru to inspect infrastructure works and flood prevention works.”

“To debate remedies for Bengaluru’s civic concerns, officials convened. The city’s broken drinking water systems must all be fixed, and quality testing must be done, according to orders given to the BBMP. The test reports must be sent by the BBMP to the BWSSB as well,” he stated.

He added, “The government was ordered by the court to remove the encroachment of ‘Rajakaluve’.”

“The authorities has located 2,626 encroachments in accordance with the instructions. By 2022–2023, 556 encroachments had been removed. In addition to the previous encroachments, 1,136 new ones have been found. He stated, “The BMTF has been directed to remove these encroachments.

Of the 182 lakes, 116 require an encroachment survey, according to the Deputy CM.

“BBMP must map the attributes that are intruding and take the appropriate action to remove them. The BWSSB has been tasked with replenishing lakes with purified water. These actions are being done in order to replenish groundwater and enhance Bengaluru’s water supply,” he stated.

“Bengali has more than 5,000 potholes, according to the Chief Minister. Within the next fifteen days, the BBMP has been directed to patch all of the potholes. Soon, an app will be available that will allow users to report potholes to the government by submitting a picture of the problem along with the location,” he continued.

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