Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai filed the nomination from Shiggaon Assembly constituency on April 15, for the upcoming Assembly elections. Basavaraj Bommai has filed his paper on a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ticket and is going to be one of the strongest candidate of the ruling BJP for the 2023 Karnataka Assembly elections. Recently, the BJP released its first and second list of candidates for the elections.
Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai kicked off a special drive providing free electric two-wheelers to sanitation workers. The scheme has so far been extended to ten municipal corporations in the state. About 600 sanitation workers have been selected under the scheme, and about 400 will be provided with electric two-wheelers in the first phase. The event was reportedly organised on behalf of Karnataka State Safai Karmacharis Development Corporation… read-more
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The anti-conversion bill will likely to be tabled by the Basavaraj Bommai-led government in the state Legislative Council on September 15. BJP MLC DS Arun said that he is expecting the support of Congress and JDS parties in passing the bill. Notably, the bill has been passed in the lower house, and is now waiting for approval in the upper house.
Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai announced Rs 300 crore, to deal with the damages caused due to heavy to very heavy rainfall in the City. On September 5, the BJP-led Karnataka Government held a meeting and took a decision regarding the relief measures to re-construct damages incurred due to rain. In addition, the Water Supply & Sewerage Board (BWSSB), deputy commissioners of 15 districts, and senior officials attended the meeting.
The city of Bangalore woke up to a wet day on September 5, as most of the parts received rainfall over night. Several places have been waterlogged, immobilising people from various sectors, causing traffic problems, and difficulty for daily office goers. In some places, the water levels have risen above the dividers in roads. A local reported that his basement was completely flooded, and he had to pump water out.
Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai has tested positive for COVID-19 on August 6, due to which, has cancelled his scheduled trip to Delhi. According to his tweet, he has reported mild symptoms, and has isolated himself at home. Recently, Bommai visited Delhi on July 25 to 26, to attend the oath taking ceremony of newly elected President of India Droupadi Murmu.
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai gave the authority for a Rs 10 crore grant to the Gavisiddeshwara Mutt in Koppal on August 1. "The seer of the Mutt is rendering yeoman service in the field of education and feeding the hungry," Bommai stated after visiting the Mutt. The Mutt has served as a light of hope for low-income students seeking to further… read-more
Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai announced to cancel the Janotsava Convention, a celebration of the BJP, in view of tensions over BJP Yuva Morcha member's members in Dakshina Kannada. On July 27 night, Bommai cancelled the celebration of an official event at Vidhana Soudha, and 'Janotsava', a mega rally at Doddaballapur. The scheduled celebration was to happen on July 28, to mark his government's one year in office.
Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai launched the free 75-day booster dose vaccination drive and asked eligible people (18 to 59-year-old) to get the precautionary dose. During the launch, Bommai said, about 7,500 vaccination centres have been opened for the campaign with health workers to cover the targeted people in the state. Furthermore, he appreciated the efforts of the BJP-led Central Government to launch the drive, as Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav… read-more
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Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai said that the state will seek financial help from the centre, to assist in the flood-like situation caused by incessant rains. According to a detailed report submitted, the rains caused several houses to collapse, crop losses to farmers, etc. The CM also urged people living in low-lying areas to move to safer places. Meanwhile, CM said that the government is giving compensation to those affected.