Suvarna Soudha Design is flawed

In a reply to a question asked by J G Patil (Congress) in question hour, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Tuesday said, “Though `450 crore has been spent on the Soudha, it is not well-planned. The rooms designed for the chief secretary and principal secretaries are too small.” Suvarna-soudha-2

Bella Vista Belagavi

It was not possible to shift government departments from Bengaluru to Belagavi as the Suvarna Vidhana Soudha here was flawed in design.

However, meetings of various Cabinet sub-committees and legislature committees, besides review meetings of various departments, are being held here to make good use of the structure, he added in his reply.

The mega structure built at a cost of Rs.450 crores and crores are spent n maintaining the same each year. The SVS is used only for 10-15 days once a year for the winter session and for the other part remains closed.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. It took this much to find the flaw.

    Free loaders and cheapskates, keep working, silly matters will be taken care off.

  2. Our CM is readly accepting that tax payers money has been wasted to a larger extent.
    To CM Siddaramaiah,
    Jst a humble request, don’t spend anymore to get the building corrected. Stop wasting & enjoying on the tax money paid by hard working people. There have already been instances where you chose not be even slightly ashamed of urself.

  3. Design is not flawed, its just that our H’ble CM Mr Siddaramaiah dont want to shift any departments here at Belgaum. If it was flawed, how did it got approval at the time of construction Mr CM.. ??? Can u say that govt is flawed.. no right.???? Its just govt wants development of Bangalore and Hubli.. They have and they are still neglecting Belgaum.

  4. Nothing is gonna work out…
    Just it’s a waste of time n Money …
    These political people are just having fun once in a year visiting SVS..and Belgavai.
    I felt really bad about the status of our state .Still we suffer for basic needs n amenities following water supply n roads …

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