No question of shielding anybody: Bommai on corruption – Bengaluru News

Replying to questions from the media individuals concerning the latest Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) raid on the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) workplace, and reviews of corruption within the civic physique, the Chief Minister mentioned: “We will act on the report to be submitted by the ACB. Truth will come out. There is no question of shielding anyone found to be involved in corruption.”

The Chief Minister additionally acknowledged that he had acquired complaints from most of the people too about corruption in BDA.

“S.R. Vishwanath, who is the Chairman of BDA had also drawn my attention in this regard. The Urban Development department officials have been instructed to investigate on the complaints. The guilty, whoever it may be, however influential they may be, we will take action. The BDA needs cleanup in the interest of delivering its services to the common man,” Bommai mentioned.

Reacting to the havoc attributable to rains in Bengaluru metropolis, Bommai mentioned, he had already visited affected areas HSR Layout, Rajarajeshwari Layout, Madiwala and Koramangala.

“The state government definitely has priority for Bengaluru. Instructions have been issued to take repair and relief works in affected areas immediately.”

“Rains had caused extensive loss for crops and property over the past 3 days in south interior, north interior and coastal regions of the state,” Bommai mentioned.

According to survey reviews, roads and bridges at many locations had been broken, and there have been reviews of loss of human lives as nicely, he mentioned.

Assuring speedy motion in direction of disbursal of compensation for the affected farmers, the Chief Minister mentioned, about 3 lakh farmers had been affected attributable to extreme rains within the months of July, August and September. The compensation quantity has been launched for them.

Instructions had been issued for disbursal of Rs 130 crore pending quantity by means of the Direct Benefit Transfer system.

The Deputy Commissioners of numerous districts had been instructed in the course of the Video Conference performed on Saturday to submit survey reviews on the losses.

The course of had been delayed attributable to steady rains in some locations.

“I will hold a meeting with officials later in the evening today (Sunday) in this regard and announce the compensation,” he assured.

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