CM to inaugurate new building of City Police Commissionerate on Nov. 24
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CM to inaugurate new building of City Police Commissionerate on Nov. 24

November 21, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa will arrive in the city on Nov. 24 for a three-day official tour of Mysuru and Chamarajanagar districts.

Yediyurappa, who is scheduled to land at Mysore Airport in Mandakalli from Bengaluru at 4 pm, will inaugurate the new building of the office of the City Police Commissionerate and also launch the works for the construction of Police Quarters (108 houses) being built under Police Housing-2020 Scheme at Nazarbad at 4.50 pm. He will later take part in the wedding reception of the son of BJP leader S.C. Ashok at Lalitha Mahal Palace at 7 pm, following which he will stay for the night in the city.

On Nov. 25, Yediyurappa will attend the marriage ceremony of the son of S.C. Ashok at Lalitha Mahal Palace at 9 am, following which he will leave the city for Suttur in Nanjangud taluk, where he will take part in the idol consecration programme of Doddamma Thayi Temple and lay the foundation stone for Suttur Mutt Guest House and other works at 10.30 am. Thereafter, the CM will leave Suttur by a helicopter at 11.45 am and land at the helipad at Mudukuthore in T. Narasipur taluk at 12.05pm, where he will launch the reconstruction works of Bramarambha and Mallikarjunaswamy Temple at 12.30 pm. The CM will later travel to the Inspection Bungalow at Talakadu, where he will hold a preliminary meeting with District level officials on ‘Panchalinga Darshana’ event scheduled to take place on Dec. 14, at 2.30 pm. Later he will fly from Mudukuthore Helipad at 3.30 pm and reach M.M. Hills helipad in Hanur taluk of Chmarajanagar district at 4 pm, following which he will have darshan of the deity at the Hill temple. 

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He will later visit Salur Mutt at 4.30 pm, following which he will hold a meeting of M.M. Hills Development Authority at M.M. Hills at 5 pm. He will stay for the night at M.M. Hills.

On Nov. 26, Yediyurappa will visit M.M. Hills temple at 8.30 am, following which he will arrive at  Suttur Shakha Mutt at M.M. Hills at 9 am and later take part at a programme on the Indian Constitution organised as part of the Constitution Day at the auditorium of M.M. Hills temple at 10.15 am. The CM will thereafter launch various developmental works taken up by M.M. Hills Temple Development Authority, including the works on construction of steps from Talabetta to M.M. Hills temple and the works for erection of devotees queue line at 10.30 am.

Yediyurappa will later fly from M.M. Hills helipad at 12 noon and land at HAL Airport at Bengaluru at 12.50 pm.

8 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “CM to inaugurate new building of City Police Commissionerate on Nov. 24”

  1. Govind Pai says:

    Other than the police commissioner’s office and police housing (both worthy projects), a run of temples and weddings with public money. How about more hospitals, schools, colleges, rural infrastructure projects, cold storages…? Guess our poor now have plenty of places where they can pray for these things.

  2. Jalandara says:

    @Pai The first condemnation of Yediyurappa and his boss PM Modi must be the frequent trip of this CM through helicopter rides, which are wasteful and unnecessary. The second, should surely be the wasteful expenditure on marriages, which this CM should abhor and indicate that only simple ceremonies are needed for a Hindu or any cate-based marriages., and keep his distance from them.
    Until the late 1960s, the hospitals , the major hospitals were government hospitals , where the poor can have a semblance of treatment. Although, , these hospitals were not perfect health providers, at least the poor can be looked at doctors, to provide treatment for their ills, at a reasonably low cost-many times free.
    With the advent of Americanised healthcare-brought about by Indians visiting and settling in that country, private healthcare became the first option. Having worked and lived in America, any one would notice , how poor the universal healthcare provision can be there, , and the public health facilities below the third world standards , and only those with medical insurance often means holding a job, and the insurance coming with a plethora of caveats-even with the so called Obama care, any copying of American styled healthcare leaves any country with a poor standard f public healthcare, and devoid of public-financed hospitals, which all mean the poor getting the worst standard of healthcare or no healthcare at all.
    There are some imperatives in a civilised country, and the top of those, comes the public ly-funded healthcare free at the point of delivery for any one who needs it-rich or poor. In European countries, one would not see glitzy hospitals and fancy private rooms with plush facilities, but one sees the highest standard of healthcare, for all. I have experienced the best healthcare and expert treatment in a publicly -funded hospital in these countries, than ina private hospital in he US, where the hospital tends to charge $40 for a tube of toothpaste or $60 for a tooth brush, if one forgot to pack them in the suitcase! The medical insurance pays is the mantra, but if the insurance company refuses, the patient has to footing the $100 bill for a simple tooth brush and a tube of tooth paste.
    I would not like to live in a country, where there are full of private hospitals, not a good standard of public healthcare ( even though Trump is blamed for the Covid-19 spread, the real issue is lack of a good standard public health which is reflected in thousands dying in America. Biden will do no better in such situation), and hospitals and doctors there fleece me.

  3. concerned citizen says:

    What a DISGUSTING DISGRACE!!!!
    Wasting TAX PAYER money.
    IF Yediyurappa who was elected to SERVE the people spends his time in helicopters inaugurating places and VISITING and PRAYING at temples, PLEASE make him ex-chief minister so he can spend HIS money on visiting marriage and prayer places.
    HOW are we tolerating this person or ANY politician with no shame wasting TAX PAYER money which should go to HOSPITALS, SCHOOLS, ROADS, WOMEN and CHILD WELFARE and IRRIGATION CANALS, etc.
    The itinerary printed in SOM makes me SICK in the stomach.
    I no longer cry when I read this nonsense. ENOUGH, ENOUGH, ENOUGH!!!
    Is there no NGO that has lawyers that should be able to file criminal cases for such ABUSE? Isn’t there a non-political and independent authority at the state/central level to hold these people to account?? Where are all the eminent lawyers and faculty of the esteemed law colleges our country has produced to hold these people accountable so this NONSENSE stops and the citizens finally get the basic service they have already paid through their taxes???
    Yediyurappa, have you NO SHAME!!!!

  4. concerned citizen says:

    Star of Mysore – A big THANK YOU for publishing this article so we, the citizens, are made fully aware of how we are being looted. IF NOT for such articles we will never know how destructive these people are and that we are paying them, to abuse us. PLEASE keep publishing such articles as we the CITIZENS should be aware how we are being looted. Let there be a crescendo to stop this and hold these people accountable for their criminal behavior and abuse of the citizens money, time and trust.

  5. Meghadoot! says:

    There is no pointing in slamming the CM for using the state-funded helicopter rides for attending marriages, praying at temples or seeking the blessing of Suttur Seer. PM Midi travelled around the world taking selfies with every conceivable political leader in foreign shores, and CEO of tech industries, and never stayed in India for a couple of months continuously before the Corona Virus pandemic. The good side of this devastating Corona Virus spread is putting a stop to this Modi from travelling around the world with new outfits every time.
    After Indian independence, within 10 years, Kengal Hanumanthiah as the CM of the then Mysore state, built an edifice called Vidhana Soudha and contracted out its construction to his friends, who quadrupled its original budget, and got away with crores of Rupees swindling through fattening the contract money. Kengal pocketed a few crores too.
    This is independent India, and politicians demand the payback. PM Modi in his speech the other day to a Bengaluru tech meet-where in those tech companies, the IT cheap labour is done for overseas companies, pontificating that the Technology is the way of life in India, where as in fact, it is clear corruption is the way of life in India, as Yediyurappa has so clearly demonstrated. Yedi knows that he will be replaced and enjoying his life as the payback time now.
    As the poster above said, the government is not interested in equipping government hospitals, as MPs, MLAs and Ministers have interests in the plethora of private hospitals which have sprung up in Bengaluru and Mysuru. Yedi and Siddu stayed for days in Manipal hospital Bengaluru saying that they were testing positive for Virus and enjoyed the plush comforts of the private wards there. Ordinary patients are skinned alive when these hospitals fleece them. Ministers and administrators do not care.
    The Indian voters are suckers.
    Glad that I left this corruption-invested swamp decades ago.

  6. Meghadoot! says:

    Correction: point in

  7. babushka says:

    Why should any one be surprised? Welcome to corrupt India and its way of life!
    I am surprised that the president of India by name Kovind- a fan of Tipu Sultan claiming that this thug invented rockets, where as Chinese did centuries ago, or his deputy the loud mouth Naidu was not invited to inaugurate the Commissionerate , to receive the blessings of the Suttur Seer, the uncrowned king of Mysuru, to visit th Chamundi Hill for a darshan facilitated by a chief priest with a honorary doctorate!
    This is India after 70+ years of independence. There was a time when CM traveled by car. But now every ordinary Indian travels by car, and hence the CM being the VVIP has to have helicopter rides. When these helicopter rides also become common for Indians, the CM will want a version of the flying saucers of aliens,to make him special!!

  8. Meghadoot! says:

    note: PM Midi , corruption-invested swamp, perhaps are about right!

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