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Udupi: ‘Forget differences, unite for development of District’

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Byndoor: The cultural richness of the spiritual and religious base of the district should be introduced to the new generation and extended to the national level, said Minister of State for Energy, Kannada and Culture V. Sunil Kumar.

He was speaking on behalf of the Byndoor Taluk Administration while inaugurating the Silver Jubilee program of Udupi District at Naguru Sri Gopalakrishna Kalamandir on Sunday September 25.

Compared to the development of the new districts announced in 1997, the Udupi District is 20 years ahead and innovation and business establishment should increase under the Startup India scheme. He said that for the development of the next 25 years, a blueprint should be prepared by the officials who have worked in the district in the past.

Everyone should forget all kinds of differences and unite for the development of the district. He said that the Udupi District needs an airport, government medical college, agricultural college, ESI hospital and the development of public relations for the tourism sector.

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Byndoor MLA B. M. Sukumar Shetty who presided over the programme and said that Rs. 2,000 Crore has been allocated for the development of the Byndoor constituency. He asserted the need for a government medical college in the Udupi District under the emphasis on the government’s involvement in the construction of the airport. He said that the number of devotees and tourists is increasing and further development of basic facilities is required.

Udupi MLA K. Raghupathi Bhat, Coastal Development Authority President Mattaru Ratnakara Hegde, Khadi and Village Industries Board Director Mithun R. Hegde, District Collector Kurma Rao M., Zilla. Pt. Chief Executive Officer Prasanna H., Kirimanjeshwar Village. President Geetha, Byndoor Tehsildar Srikanta S. Hegde, Byndoor Pt. Executive Bharti was present.

Kundapur Sub Division Assistant Commissioner K. Raju welcomed the gathering. Vishwanath Shetty compered the programme and Karunakar Shetty proposed a vote of thanks. Students of B B Hegde College Kundapura presented a cultural programme.

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