Mini textile park to come up in Hulagur to provide employment to women: Karnataka CM




ANI |
Updated:
December 25, 2022 01:12 IST

Savanur (Karnataka) [India]Dec 25 (ANI): Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Saturday said that a small textile park will be operational in Hulagu this year with a view to providing employment to women.
Speaking after laying the foundation stone of the new Hulagur police station here on Saturday, he said that Hulagur town is highly populated and is located in the middle of Shiggaon, Savanur and Kundagol taluks.
“It is also an important trading center. Seeing this, the government has started many development works. Society and KCC Bank are functioning well and advancing loans to farmers. There are more minorities and an Urdu School has been established. developed. Building a 30-bed hospital are underway and a bus stand has been built,” said Bommai.
The Chief Minister said that a capacity of 1,000 tonnes has been built at APMC and permits have been given to traders to do business with farmers.
“An agricultural equipment center is being built. The government has given a big boost to the social, economic, health and education sectors,” he added.
Union Coal and Mining Minister Pralhad Joshi and other local elected officials were present on the occasion.

Bommai had earlier said that the state budget for the next financial year will be presented in February 2023.
“Two rounds of discussions have already taken place with the Finance Department in this regard,” CM Bommai said while talking to reporters.
He also said that after the current session, interviews will be held with all Departments, associations and organizations.
“Preparations for the pre-budget meeting will begin next month,” he added.
The proposed budget session would be the last session of the current Karnataka assembly as the next assembly elections will be scheduled.
With the rising cases of COVID in countries like China, Japan and Brazil, Bommai said the testing of Influenza-like Illness (ILI) and Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI) tests will be increased as well as the booster dose.
“Preparation of oxygen plants in hospitals, beds and other health infrastructure is underway. ICU units are being prepared. People must wear masks and maintain social distance. The protocol that was followed earlier at airports and bus terminals will be re-imposed,” he added. (ANI)

Leave a Comment