New Train Routes: Rs 984 crore for new train routes. Cabinet agrees to revised estimate

New Train Routes: Rs 984 crore for new train routes.  Cabinet agrees to revised estimate
Bengaluru: The state cabinet meeting held on Wednesday approved a revised estimate of Rs 984 crore to speed up the construction projects of new railway lines.

Chikkamagaluru – Belur, Tumkur – Rayadurga, Ginigera – Raichur and Bagalkote – Kudaji these four new railway lines have been taken up under the equal share scheme. It was decided to bear the additional share of the state of Rs 984.41 crore in view of the increase in the revised estimate of these projects.

Special Express Trains: Service expansion of 10 special express trains of South Western Railway Zone, from where to where?

Memu express: Memu express train plying between Mangalore and Madgaon is prone to problems.

Space for BSNL:
Allotment of 2,000 square feet of land in each village to BSNL on lease basis for setting up towers to strengthen Internet connectivity (4G) in rural areas.

Relief for Transport Corporations:

166.99 crores that BMTC and North-West Karnataka Transport Corporation had to pay to the government. Exemption from motor vehicle tax.

Compensation for Government Employees:
The Cabinet has ex post facto approved the interim relief granted to the government employees pending the report of the 7th Pay Commission. 7,246.85 crore for this purpose. Cabinet agreed to bear the cost.

GM Siddeshwar Sugar Factory:
GM Siddeshwar Group’s ‘Hampi Sugars Pvt Ltd’ at Jambunathanahalli in Hospet taluk. The Cabinet has approved the establishment of a sugar factory and has agreed to allocate 87 acres of land for this purpose. 454 crore Rs. The factory will be started at a cost and is expected to create 2,000 jobs locally.

Railway: 130 km in 5 routes of Karnataka. Express trains will run at speed!
Key Conclusions of the Volume:
* Approved the revised estimate of Rs 218 crore for the Raichur Airport construction project.
* Fish processing plant of Karnataka Fisheries Corporation at Kulai, Mangalore in joint partnership with the Center at a total cost of Rs 25 crore. Upgradation as ‘Marine Export Unit’ at cost.
* Rs 13.69 crore in Kalaburagi University. Approval for smart classroom, hybrid learning facility, video conferencing and other works in the cost.
* Rs 13.65 crore for additional work on Sagar Taluk Administration Building. Approval of revised estimate.
* 2.5 km from Bengaluru Water Board’s Shiva Dam to SBR. An estimate of Rs 93.05 crore has been approved for the long pipe laying work.
* A total of Rs 567 crore will be provided to irrigate 8,390 hectares of land in 14 villages of the taluk, irrigated from Krishna river near Kallola in Chikkodi taluk. Administrative Approval for Karagam Eta Irrigation Scheme of Rs.
* 39 crores for BR Project, Gajanur Dam and fish fry production centers in Alamati.
* Sale of 7 acres of land in Jala Hobli, Bangalore to Kodava Samaj.
* 10 acres of land for Rashtrotta Parishad at Devgiri.
* Rs 685 crore to prevent water from entering the residential area near Gokak Falls. A barrier in cost.

Lack of information Background: Postponement of promotion
The proposal to directly appoint teachers of 6th to 8th class without conducting a competitive examination for on-duty graduate teachers was discussed in the cabinet meeting held on Wednesday, but approval was not given. The government has agreed in principle to amend the cadre and recruitment rules to promote 40% of the in-service graduates to 6th to 8th class without conducting an examination.

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