Mangaluru, November 4: In the third KDP meeting of the Zilla Panchayat held on November 3rd, lack of wardens at the boarding run by the district social welfare department under the zilla panchayat of DK district and Minority department, shortage in the nutriment supply were seriously discussed.
The meeting was presided over by the DK district in-charge Minister B Ramanath Rai, in which health Minister UT Khader and youth service and sports minister K Abhayachandra Jain had participated.
DK DC A B Ibrahim spoke on the problems faced by the boarding’s due to price rise and said, the in-charge of the boarding’s have reported that due to the hike in prices of the commodities they are not able to provide the specified food items at the Morarji Desai and Muslim boarding’s. Also there is a shortage of wardens to look after 50-60 children present in the boarding’s. Consenting to this, the officer of the social welfare department said, 1Morarji Desai and 1 Muslim boarding are run under the department in the district and they lack wardens.
Minister Khader responding to this said, wardens are essential to look after the children who stay away from home and if the teachers who are residing at rented houses are willing to take the responsibility it benefits both the children as well as them.
Minister Rai instructed ZP CEO tulasi Maddeneni to take suitable actions on this. The in-charge minister also informed the authorities to inspect the houses constructed in the Government land falling under the Mangalore City Corporation and provide the house numbers according to the rules.
The project co-ordinating officer Sabir Ahmed, of Girijana development project presented a report that 213 online forms have been registered for providing hoses for Koraga Community according to the 94C. Responding to this, minister Rai said, this result rise to 100 percent by next meet and the issue should no more be discussed in the meeting.
The ZP vice president Sathish Kumpala drew the attention in the meeting by stating that it is not fair decision over the 4.33 acres of land which was reserved by the village panchayat to construct houses for the poor was diverted to constructed college. Responding to this, the Minister Kahader said, there are no lands available to construct Hospital, Schools and grounds. Hence he instructed the Thasildhar of Mangaluru to conduct survey over the entire village and find land for both college and housing facilities.
SP Dr S D Sharanappa said, the traffic police station is granted for Bantwal and requested to grant the land for the same. Minister’s Kahder and Rai instructed to take stringent actions on illegal sand miners.
Rs 121 crores have been proposed for the 185 acres land acquisition for the extension of runway at Mangaluru International Airport. This will be submitted for grant on November 13th during the meeting with Chief Minister, said Rai.
DC A B Ibrahim, CEO Tulasi Maddeneni, SP Dr SD Sharanappa, standing committee member of the panchayat Balakrishna Suvarna, Meenakshi Manjunath, CK Chandrakala, and others were present.