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Khader visits sea erosion affected areas

Published On : 10 Jun 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: With rains intensifying in the coast since the past two days, as feared even the sea has turned rough and several areas in Ullal and Someshwara are in danger due to sea erosion. In the meantime the task of dumping boulders continues in Kaiko, Kotepura areas.

Though the huge boulders that are being dumped are providing at least some relief for the time being, still at some places the waves are continuing to lash at the houses. State Minister for Urban Development and Housing U T Khader several area in Ullal which are facing danger of sea erosion.

On this occasion, locals appealed to the minister to find a permanent solution to the problem. Khader assured them to look into the issue.







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