Taking action without having an impact on the displaced Sharavathi: Karnataka CM Bommai

Basavaraj Bommai said the government would request the data from the deputy commissioner . The report is due to be submitted by the third week of December .

On Friday, Bengaluru (Karnataka) India — A report on the displaced people of Sharavathi will be submitted to the Union Government for consideration, according to Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, who said the government would request the data from the deputy commissioner and that the government should get the report prepared as per the earlier notification.The report is due to be submitted by the third week of December, when the joint session of the State Legislature will be held in Belagavi.The same study will be sent to the government of India.Since the previous alert was given without the Union Government's approval, things have come to a halt.

In response to a query about the Mangaluru blast, he said, After the special teams of Karnataka police investigated the matter has now been handed over to NIA in the face of national and international consequences under the UAPA Act.The state police did a good job and spotted the suspect within 24 hours.The UAPA Act governs all acts of terrorism, and it must be handed over to the National Institute of Justice (NIA) for a thorough investigation.He said Rs 10 crore has been contributed to the pest attack on Areca plants.

In the meantime, a team of scientists will be on the ground in the affected areas.Bommai accused the Congress Party of practising a dual approach and said that no body would have had to face any challenges unless they had taken the correct decision.

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