Badami: Fortunate Relocation Of 96 Houses

Badami: Fortunate relocation of 96 houses near historic Badami Agastya Tirtha pond. When Badami MLA Siddaramaiah was the Chief Minister, the Chalukya Development Authority had announced a budget of Rs 100 crore for the development of the historic Badami, Pattadakal, and Aihole sites. But it has not existed until now.

The relocation of 96 houses, which have been adjusted to the historic Badami Cave Temple and Agastya Tirtha pond, has been in the works for many years. Former chief minister Badami MLA Siddaramaiah has long been in the habit of relocating houses.

Officials held a meeting with residents on Saturday at the Basava Mandapaya of Veerapulikeshi Vidyalaya in the town on the evacuation of houses near the Agasthya Tirtha pond of historic Badami in Bagalkot district.

A long discussion was held at the public and officials meeting on the relocation of 96 houses under the chairmanship of Aihole, Badami, Pattadakkal Relocation Specialist, and Probationary IAS Officer Yashwantha.

Eventually only about half of the beneficiaries agreed, but the other beneficiaries provided the premises first and then walked out of the meeting saying we would agree.

Eventually, the relocation of the houses was agreed in spite of the desire of the beneficiaries in the presence of the landlord. A confusing atmosphere was created when officials informed the beneficiaries about the government’s legal actions at the meeting.

While some may be referring to the behavior of past officials, it is an unwanted thing, and currently evaluating both your home and space will be set in accordance with the Government’s Guidelines for what falls within my scope. He also said that three times space, the building will be doubled and relief will be provided.

He said the money would be paid within 15 days after everyone agreed to relocate. If the ASI (Archeology Survey of India) comes to court, then you will not get a fee.

We don’t do anything. Because the protection of the monuments is the responsibility of the government and all of you. In order to keep the diaspora out of the country and being a historical heritage city, you have to clear the houses on the banks of the pond.

Speaking on the occasion, Chief Secretary Jyoti Girish said, “The vacant premises will be compensated by two times the building. At the same time, it was requested that the bundle of Prasanna Venkatadasara, who was in transit, be saved.

The beneficiaries were Farooq Dodamani, Jamadar, Shaukat Ali Saudagar, Dr. There were over 100 beneficiaries including VY Bhagavatha, VK Keroura, Deputy Superintendent M Gangappa, Tourism Department Deputy Director Manjunatha Dombara, Tahsildar SS Ingle, and High Commissioner Jyoti Girish.

Relocation Growth-Tahsildar

Demand for the relocation of 96 houses for the development of tourist sites near Badami’s Agastya Tirtha pond. Today’s meeting is a promising development for the relocation of homes. Some offer accommodation, others offer relief.

Another meeting is to be finalized. Space is already under consideration. Badami Tahsildar SSIngle told media that soon the houses will be evacuated and the tourism site will be taken up for development.

When Badami MLA Siddaramaiah was the Chief Minister, the Chalukya Development Authority had announced a budget of Rs 100 crore for the development of the historic Badami, Pattadakal, and Aihole sites.

But it has not existed until now. The government needs to pay special attention to the preservation of the monuments of the Badami Chalukyas, historical sites, and historical sites.

The BJP candidate for the Badami constituency, BS Yeddyurappa, has said that the campaign for the historic almond, pattadakal, and aihole would be implemented during the 2018 assembly elections.

But now, Chief Minister Yeddyurappa’s last budget did not provide for the development of historical sites. Thus, there is a lot of resentment among tourists for not developing a tourist spot in this area.

Together with the relocation of 96 houses in order to develop the historic almond tourism development, the cave shrine, as well as the museum, will be able to develop monuments near the pits in one sitting if the house is moved. The government should emphasize the development of Badami Chalukya sites.

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