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‘Delayed execution of budget programmes not to be tolerated’

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Bengaluru: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday May 9 warned officials that any delay in implementing the budget’s programmes will not be tolerated.

During a review meeting on the implementation of the programmes, the CM told the Chief Executive Officers of Zilla Panchayats, “You are on my radar, and I am watching all of you.”

He directed the officials to serve the poor and weaker sections of society and to help develop a “New India” by building a “New Karnataka.” He stated that the officers must restore public trust in the system by implementing the government’s welfare programmes. He said that the government’s programmes must reach the common people and that they should not be made to go from pillar to post to get those services.

CM Bommai said that the government’s programmes must reach the common people and that they should not be made to go from pillar to post to get those services.

He said that the selection of beneficiaries for housing and other welfare programmes in the districts should be done as soon as possible and that all programmes and projects should be completed on time. The officials were told to prepare a plan to combat and eradicate malnutrition and to start building 7,000 classrooms on a priority basis. The CEOs have been asked to ensure that the programmes for upgrading 100 Primary Health Centres, building 100 student hostels, opening Namma Clinics in cities, and implementing Mukhyamantri Arogya Vahini and other programmes are completed as soon as possible.

The officers were also instructed to complete the Jal Jeevan Mission by 2023 and to clear any pending files with the Chief Engineers within a week. The CM urged officials to ensure that MGNREGA workers’ wages are paid on time. Bommai ordered officials to investigate the high number of caesarean section surgeries in various districts. He noted the state’s infant mortality rate is 23 per 1,000 births, and that steps should be taken to find out the reason and lower the rate.

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