Delegation pushes for new Bengaluru South District: Request submitted to CM

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Published July 10, 2024 at 5:08pm

    Delegation led by Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar

    They requested the creation of a new Bengaluru South District

    They submitted their demand to CM Siddaramaiah at Vidhana Soudha

In a significant move, a delegation led by Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar has formally requested the creation of a new Bengaluru South District. The delegation submitted their demand to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah at Vidhana Soudha on Tuesday.

The proposed district is set to encompass the regions of Channapatna, Ramanagara, Magadi, Kanakapura, and Harohalli, aiming to streamline administration and foster regional development.

Also read: Bengaluru to get 150 km of flyovers and signal-free corridors: DCM DK Shivakumar

Key figures in the delegation included Ramanagara District In-charge Minister Ramalingareddy, MLA Iqbal Hussain, former MP DK Suresh, and Legislative Council members Puttanna, S. Ravi, and Sudham Das. The proposal also garnered support from Bengaluru Mysuru Infrastructure Corridor Area Development Authority Chairman Raghunandan Ramanna, alongside former MLAs CM Lingappa, Raju, and Ashwath.

The call for a new district highlights the growing administrative needs and the push for focused governance in these areas. Proponents argue that the new district would address local issues more effectively, promoting better resource management and development initiatives.

The Chief Minister has acknowledged the request and is expected to review the proposal in consultation with relevant stakeholders. The move signals a potential shift in the administrative landscape of Karnataka, emphasizing the importance of localized governance.

Delegation pushes for new Bengaluru South District: Request submitted to CM

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    Delegation led by Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar

    They requested the creation of a new Bengaluru South District

    They submitted their demand to CM Siddaramaiah at Vidhana Soudha

In a significant move, a delegation led by Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar has formally requested the creation of a new Bengaluru South District. The delegation submitted their demand to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah at Vidhana Soudha on Tuesday.

The proposed district is set to encompass the regions of Channapatna, Ramanagara, Magadi, Kanakapura, and Harohalli, aiming to streamline administration and foster regional development.

Also read: Bengaluru to get 150 km of flyovers and signal-free corridors: DCM DK Shivakumar

Key figures in the delegation included Ramanagara District In-charge Minister Ramalingareddy, MLA Iqbal Hussain, former MP DK Suresh, and Legislative Council members Puttanna, S. Ravi, and Sudham Das. The proposal also garnered support from Bengaluru Mysuru Infrastructure Corridor Area Development Authority Chairman Raghunandan Ramanna, alongside former MLAs CM Lingappa, Raju, and Ashwath.

The call for a new district highlights the growing administrative needs and the push for focused governance in these areas. Proponents argue that the new district would address local issues more effectively, promoting better resource management and development initiatives.

The Chief Minister has acknowledged the request and is expected to review the proposal in consultation with relevant stakeholders. The move signals a potential shift in the administrative landscape of Karnataka, emphasizing the importance of localized governance.

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