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He will also launch a series of development works

  • The Chief Minister likely to lay foundation stone for 30 works in Nanjangud alone
  • Yediyurappa, Revanna, and Jayakumar to accompany Kumaraswamy

    MYSORE: Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy will launch a series of development works in Mysore and surrounding areas and inaugurate the four-lane Bangalore-Mysore highway on Thursday.

    Mr. Kumaraswamy is likely to inaugurate or lay the foundation stone for more than 30 works at Nanjangud alone. He will be taken in a procession along the Mahatma Gandhi Road to the venue of the programme adjoining the Srikanteshwara Temple at 10 a.m. He will lay the foundation stone for a mini Vidhana Soudha, inaugurate a drainage system and pre-university colleges at Nanjangud and at Hullahalli. He will inaugurate the work on two schools at Kalale and Hardanahalli. The other development projects sanctioned for Nanjangud which will be launched by the Chief Minister are construction of a Gandhi Bhavan, library, Patrika Bhavan, double road, Nanjangud-T.Narsipur Road, Kanenur-Duggahalli Road, power substations at Hura and Sindhuvalli, KSRTC depot, housing project at Chamalapura, Morarji Residential School, Police Bhavan, and work on modernisation of a ground, among others.

    Mr. Kumaraswamy will launch the work on upgrading Rashtrapati Road, Mahatma Gandhi Centenary Road and Old Bus Stand Road at Nanjangud. Deputy Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa, Minister for Public Works H.D. Revanna, and Minister in-charge of Mysore and Chamarajanagar districts D.T. Jayakumar will be present.

    In the afternoon, the Chief Minister will officially inaugurate the four-lane highway and launch the work on converting a stretch of the highway between Mysore and Srirangapatana into six lanes.

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