Karnataka Main Minister BS Yediyurappa laid the foundation stone for the Rs 220 crore Airport challenge in Shivamogga on Monday, June 15. The challenge is intended to enhance the economy and tourism of the location. The Main Minister attended the inauguration pretty much from the House Office environment.
BS Yediyurappa attending the inauguration on a meeting contact, spoke about the dream turning out to be a actuality. The undertaking will be taken up with infrastructure and PWD departments, the undertaking will be accomplished in 2 phases, the CM claimed.
BS Yediyurappa attends Shivamogga Airport Project Inauguration on a video simply call
Before on Monday, BS Yediyurappa attended the Shivamogga Airport undertaking inauguration via online video connect with. In the digital celebration, the CM lit the lamp and laid the foundation stone for the Rs 220 crore task, at the House Office in Bengaluru.
Talking at the inauguration, the CM said, “The prolonged-cherished desire of folks of Shivamogga about obtaining an airport is at last getting a actuality. The challenge that was prepared when I was Deputy Chief Minister and Main Minister in the earlier was shelved because of to contractor difficulties and absence of fascination by the governments that arrived later on.”
The project will be carried out in Sogane, Shivamogga on a 662.38-acre land. The task will be observed obtaining two phases. In the first stage, runway, taxiway, apron, approach street, peripheral street and compound wall design, when the second stage is made up of the terminal creating, ATC tower, hearth station building, between many others will be developed.
The Karnataka CM asserted that the undertaking will raise tourism in the district, apart from sector and financial exercise. He directed officials to would make confident the challenge is done on time and no compromise on quality.
Yediyurappa also inaugurated the divisional place of work of the National Highway Authority in the district and said a bridge task will be underway at Sharavati, Singndur in Sagara taluk. COVID-19 has strike the developmental perform in the region, but the CM is self-assured that that the challenge is to defeat the hurdle and obtain development.