Bengaluru : The state government is on a mission to fulfil its vision by 2025 to ensure bright future for the state ,said Chief minister Siddaramiah talking of Navakarnataka -2025.
Launching Navakarnataka-2025 at a private hotel, the CM said, it is important to work with determination to realise the dream and not fall short. The government will take people’s perspective and incorporate the same in the election manifesto to ensure state’s overall development, CM added.
The vision document will be prepared in consultation with the people of the state and the government officials will be generating the desired data by studying the requirement and expectation at district level within three months, minister clarified.
The state government has fulfilled most of its promises in the last four years and it has seen progress too, stated CM Siddaramiah.
The state will be declared open defecation free by Oct2, 2018 and has succeeded in constructing 30,000 toilets to reach the target with another 50000 on the anvil, clarified CM.
The state has constructed around 12 lakh houses in last 41/2 years to ensure that each family lives under a roof, CM said.
Then addressing crowded conference CM said, the government is keen to accept suggestions and allow active participation in the development, responding to journalists queries.
Heavy Industries minister R V Deshpande and CEO of Vision 2025 programme Renuka Chidmabaram and other senior government officials were present at the press meet.
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