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Kalaburagi: ‘BJP committed to overall development of State’

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Kalaburagi: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Sunday October 30 said that the Lotus will bloom once more in 2023. “The State Government had successfully uplifted various sections of society and developed all regions,” he said.

Bommai was speaking from the OBC convention here. He slammed opposition leader Siddaramaiah, claiming that when he was in power, he had pledged proper status for the backward classes but let his community down by refusing to appoint any Kuruba legislators to his Cabinet.

He added that it was his and his predecessor B. S. Yediyurappa’s resolution to implement the panel report, and justice has been done to the community by raising the minimum wage in response to the SC/ST community’s demands, which a committee led by Nagamohan Das was formed for during the coalition regime. He called the decision ‘revolutionary.’

Over 20,000 Kuruba community organisations have received grants worth Rs. 354 Crore under the Amrit scheme without any guarantee. “Why didn’t Siddaramaiah, who is from the same community, do this? ” he asked.

The Talawar group has been ordered by the central government to be moved from the list of Backward Classes into the ST category, said Bommai. “2,000 new classrooms, 51 hospitals, and 316 buses have been given by my government. Soon, a textile park will be built, creating jobs for the young people in the area. The real development of Kalyana Karnataka will begin,” he said.

“We are inspired to work for the development of the Backward Classes because of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who aspires to “Sab Ka Saath, Sab Ka Vikas.” He said that he has come to the Morcha with a government order and not empty hands.

“The BJP is committed to the overall development of Karnataka. Our goal is the development of Kalyana Karnataka, for which the funding has been doubled from Rs. 1,500 Crore to Rs. 3,000 Crore. It will increase to Rs. 5,000 Crore the next year,” he said.

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