Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai presented his maiden budget today.
CM Bommai has announced an increased allocation in welfare schemes for the socially and economically weaker sections.
Here is what Belagavi has received
Kidwai Regional Cancer Centre to come up at Belagavi at Rs 50 crore.
Global Emerging Technology Design Centre at Belagavi at a cost of Rs 150 crore in partnership with enterprises.
The process to implement the Dharwad-Kittur-Belagavi rail line will be set in motion at a cost of Rs 927 crore at the earliest
Multi-storied hostel complexes with a capacity of 1,000 to come up at Belagavi
New agriculture college at Athani, Belagavi district.
With a target to augment income, business, employment and exports, micro clusters of leather toys in Chikkaballapur, embroidery in Dharwad, Kowdi and Kinhala toys in Koppal, agarbathi in Mysuru, carpets in Navalgunda, toys in Channapatna and Sarees in Ilakal-Guledagudda, Belagavi-Shahapura, Shidlaghatta and Molakalmuru will be developed.
Goverenment will encourage to establish industries in Chitradurga, Davanagere, Haveri, Dharwad and Belagavi which fall across the Chennai-Bengaluru-Mumbai Corridor.
Necessary Plug and play infrastructure facility with suitable common infrastructures and basic amenities would be created in the flatted factory concept in Bengaluru Rural, Belagavi, Kalaburagi, Dharwad districts with the support of Central Government’s TIES scheme.
As per the Atma Nirbhar Bharat vision of our Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi, to improve the competitiveness of Karnataka in the Engineering and Research, Global Emerging Technology Design Centre will be established at Belagavi in partnership with enterprises at an estimated cost of Rs.150 crore.
Birds and Butterfly sanctuary will be established at Belagavi district’s Hidkal dam area for conversation of birds and butterflies and to create awareness among the public.
A barrack will be constructed in Belagavi to facilitate the stay of officers/personnel who come for bandobast duty.