MUDA Chairman inspects Link Road works
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MUDA Chairman inspects Link Road works

Mysuru: With Chief Minister Siddharamaiah set to launch development works of the Link Road connecting T. Narasipur road with Lalithadripura via Giridarshini Layout tomorrow (July 14), MUDA Chairman D. Dhruvakumar inspected the spot yesterday. The works have been taken up at a cost of Rs. 99 lakh.

The MUDA Chairman also inspected Sangolli Rayanna Circle near Jockey Quarters (Kurubarahalli) where the MUDA has proposed to erect a statue of Sangolli Rayanna. MUDA Commissioner Dr. M. Mahesh, SE Shivakumar, EE B.N. Prabhakar, AEE Jagadish, MUDA member Shivamallu and others were present.

Inspects SBM Layout: Following a petition submitted by Bogadi SBM Layout residents seeking roads, street light, drainages, parks and other civic amenities in the Layout, MUDA Chairman D. Dhruvakumar inspected the Layout recently.

Finding that the Layout was lacking in civic amenities, Dhruvakumar directed the officials to issue a notice in this regard to SBM Employees Housing Society, which had formed the Layout.

Later, Dhruvakumar said that he had ordered issuance of notice to the Society. As the  MUDA has taken over the park in the locality through a relinquish deed, the MUDA will develop the park, he added.

MUDA Commissioner Dr. M. Mahesh, SE Shivakumar, EE B.N. Prabhakar, AEE M.P. Dinesh and others accompanied the MUDA Chairman during  the inspection.



July 13, 2017

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