Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai said on Monday that beach and temple tourism will show a massive impetus in the coming days, while the addition of the state government encourages the center to bring about necessary changes in the standards for Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ).
Karnataka’s Prime Minister Basavaraj Bommai said on Monday that beach and temple tourism would show a massive boost in the coming days, while the addition of the state government encouraged the center to make necessary changes to Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) standards. .
He spoke after the inauguration of the Dr VS Acharya Bus Station built by Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation in Udupi.
“Beach tourism and temple tourism will see tremendous development in the coming days. A representation has been made to the Center for Changes in CRZ Regulations for the Development of Tourism in the Coastal Region. We have received an appropriate response,” Bommai said.
He said the comprehensive development of the Udupi district is a priority goal for the state government.
“Work has begun on the construction of the 250-bed hospital. A medical college and hospital under the public-private partnership model would also come in the next day. Approval has been given for drinking water and underground drainage projects. Also would get a boost,” he added. Bommai.
The Prime Minister praised the honesty of late US Acharya in public life and said he was ideal for others to show that one can function honestly in public life.
Minister of Transport B Sriramulu, Ministers S Angara and Kota Srinivas Poojary others were present.
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