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The project is estimated to be taken up at
a cost of Rs. 1 crore
A petty shop near the private bus stand to
be removed to build a KSRTC shelter
Ruined:M.P. Appachu Ranjan, Madikeri MLA, inspecting the portion of the road connecting the private bus-stand and the KSRTC bus-stand that was damaged in the recent rains, in Madikeri on Tuesday.
Madikeri: M.P. Appachu Ranjan, Madikeri MLA, said here on Tuesday that a double-lane concrete road would be laid at a cost of Rs. 1 crore from the private bus-stand to the KSRTC bus-stand here, to ensure smooth traffic flow in the city.
He was inspecting the area where a portion of the road connecting the private bus-stand and the KSRTC bus-stand was damaged in the recent rains. This had forced traffic police to ban movement of heavy vehicles on this stretch.
A sum of Rs. 60 lakh would be utilised from the Karnataka Municipal Reforms Project funds and Rs. 40 lakh from the Chief Minister's Small and Medium Towns Development Project, Mr. Ranjan stated.
The drain that had caved in recently would also be repaired after extending it, Mr. Ranjan said. A petty shop located at a corner of the private bus-stand would be removed. A KSRTC shelter would be built there instead. This would happen after the private bus-stand was shifted to the new location.
President of the CMC P.D. Ponnappa, vice-president Lata Bangera, Works Committee chairman T.S. Prakash, councillors, commissioner of the CMC Sriknath Rao and assistant executive engineer Satyanarayana Rao were present.
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