MY OPINION – `Review Projects Every 15 Days’ TV MOHANDAS PAI | CHAIRMAN, MANIPAL GLOBAL EDUCATION SERVICES

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  • The government has ignored the IT sector for the last two-and-a-half years.
  • The industry that has created the highest number of jobs is treated shabbily.
  • Every time there is an issue, the CM and the concerned ministers have assured the industry that things would be set right.
  • But even after the CM issues directions, the departments don’t act on them.
  • Though we have a chief minister who is progressive and growth-oriented, the bureaucracy should rise to the occasion too.
  • In no other state would it take so much effort to get things going. The gap between the government and industry has widened.
  • When Dharam Singh was the CM, he constituted a high level committee under the chief secretary and industry representatives that would review the progress of the projects once in every 15 days.
  • In the interest of the industry , the CM should set up a similar committee to monitor the progress of projects once every fortnight.
  • In my experience with an IT SEZ project in Mangalore, for 10 years we asked the government to expand the road, but nothing happened.
  • We are hopeful that the CM would assure the industry and personally review the projects once in 15 days to bring projects up to speed.
  • He asked the Centre to note that even after two and a half years, the report hasn't been filed.
  • The court was hearing a petition filed by the Advocates Association of Bengaluru (AAB), challenging the appointment of the Justice R G Vaidyanatha Commission of
  • Inquiry to probe the violence in which advocates, journalists and policemen were injured.
  • The Supreme Court later entrusted the probe to the CBI.Notice to BBMP chief, dept secy A division bench headed by Justice N K Patil on Thursday ordered notice to
  • D Sathyamurthy, principal secretary, urban development department, and BBMP commissioner Lakshminarayana in response to a contempt petition filed by B T Ramesh, retired chief engineer, BBMP.
  • The petitioner claimed that despite a lapse of three months, the authorities haven't yet settled his pensionary benefits.
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