Bangalore: BS Yediyurappa says faced several challenges from day one as he stares at his exit. But CM of Karnataka says that he feels proud that the people of Shivamogga district and its Shikaripura constituency have been paid back by ensuring its all round development.
Indicating that Monday might be his last day in office, Yediyurappa had recently said that based on the instructions that the central leaders will give him on July 25, he will begin “his work” from July 26.
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Saturday said he had to face several challenges from the day he took charge as the CM but is satisfied that he has made honest efforts to better the lives of the people. Yediyurappa’s remarks have come at a time when speculations are rising that the state is going for a possible leadership change.
The Chief Minister also said that he feels proud to have paid back to the people of Shivamogga district and his Shikaripura constituency, by ensuring its all-around development.
Projects worth Rs 1,074 crore and laying the foundation for various projects worth Rs 560 crore in Shivamogga district,his home office here, he was speaking after virtually launched.
From the day one as CM he says,faced several problems like natural disaster and corona pandemic, now once again there is a situation like flood.
he said,he has spoken with deputy commissioner of 8 district including Shivamogga, and directed them to take up relief and rescue works.
Despite that he said, after facing all these types of challenges still he was success for improving the living standard of people and financial condition, he thanked the people who has support in this difficult situation.
He stated that,”may be the monday will his last day in his office. Yediyurappa had recently said that based on the instructions that the central leaders will give him on July 25, he will begin “his work” from July 26.”
His governance will complete 2 years on july26.
The Chief Minister’s elder son B Y Raghavendra is the MP from the Shivamogga Lok Sabha constituency. Pointing out various initiatives on infrastructure development, irrigation works to provide water to farms, filling up of lakes in Shivamogga, among others, Yediyurappa expressed confidence that the irrigation projects taken up in the district would change the financial condition of the farmers in the days to come.
He said Rs 384 crore airport is viable for operating Airbus aircraft and would also benefit neighboring districts in terms of tourism, industries and employment generation, Noting that Shivamogga airport work at Sogane village was under progress.