The allocation of sites for setting up solid waste management units to 118 gram panchayats in Dakshina Kannada is yet to be done, the district administration will undertake a campaign to complete the allocation process in another 20 days. According to Deputy Commissioner KV Rajendra, the campaign will also be to identify sites for the construction of houses without housing.
During the recent review meeting of the quarterly Karnataka Development Program under the chairmanship of District In-charge Minister Kota Srinivas Poojari here, Dr. Rajendra asked an officer of the survey department to conduct a survey of each from the office of the tehsildars of the seven talukas to conduct a government survey. Land for setting up solid waste management units and building houses. “The survey work should be completed in another 15 days,” he said.
Dr. Rajendra said that from next month, a monthly program similar to “Gram Vastu” would be organized for evacuation of encroached land in the district. Five villages will be put together every month to take this drive. They will also identify vacant land for allotment of sites to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes families and Anganwadis.
District Panchayat Chief executive Kumar said during a recent meeting that Raj LK Atik, Principal Secretary, Rural Development and Panchayat Raj, gave a green signal to about 118 gram panchayats that are yet to set up sites for setting up solid waste management units. Are not allocated.
On the system of conservation of cows, Prasanna, deputy director of the animal husbandry department, said, the government can set up a cow shelter in Koila on the vacant 100 acres of the department. Mr. Pujari asked the officials to consider 15 acres of government land in Kukke Subrahmanya.