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Karnataka State Budget 22-23 and Belagavi

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By uday

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah presented his 14th Budget today and here is where Belagavi was mentioned in the budget speech.

A total of Rs.155 crore will be provided to operationalize super specialty hospitals and burns care centers in Mysuru, Kalaburgi and Belagavi districts.

To find a permanent solution to drinking water scarcity in the State, 172 schemes of filling tank by lifting water from reservoirs have been taken up. It is proposed to complete 19 tank filling projects at a cost of Rs. 770 crore through which 899 tanks in Belagavi, Davanagere, Ballari, Haveri, Gadaga, Bidar, Uttara Kannada, Vijayanagara, Koppala, Kalaburgi and Yadagiri districts will be filled up.

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Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences will start state-of-the-art skill labs, research centers and indoor sports facilities in Belagavi, Kalaburgi, Hubballi, Davanagere, Dakshina Kannada and Mysuru districts and will also establish colleges of Allied Health Sciences in Kalaburgi and Mysuru districts.

Skill development training of minority youths will be started in the districts of Ramanagar, Belagavi, Davangere, Kalaburagi and Dakshina Kannada at a cost of Rs. 4 crore.

In order to promote small scale industries in the state, new industrial estates will be established under the aegis of Karnataka State Small Scale Industries Development Corporation (KSSIDC) in a phased manner at seven places, namely, Hubballi, Chittapura in Kalaburagi, Kodkani in Uttara Kannada, Kanagala in Belagavi, Badanaguppe in Chamarajnagara, Indi in Vijayapura and Shahapura in Yadagiri.

Measures will be taken to strengthen the Rehabilitation Centres at Bannerughatta and Mysuru which are responsible for the protection and care of the wounded and sick animals rescued during man-animal conflicts. Further, construction of new rehabilitation centres will be taken up at Shivamogga and Belagavi.

Comprehensive development of tourist destinations of Kitturu Karnataka Region namely, the Savadatti Yellammana Gudda.

3D Projection, Multi-media, Sound and Light Show Program will be introduced to promote
night tourism and to display the rich art, architecture and cultural heritage of Karnataka at various protected national monuments – Kittur fort

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