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Mayor Kavitha Sanil seeks Rs 50 cr grants for MCC from CM

Published On : 12 Sep 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews network


Mangaluru: Mayor Kavitha Sanil met Chief Minister Siddaramaiah at his official residence Kaveri on Monday evening and sought a special grant of Rs 50 crores from the CM’s fund towards various developmental projects in Mangaluru.

She also drew the attention of the Chief Minister towards the shortage of staff in the MCC office and urged for steps to fill in various vacancies in the MCC in order to ensure that developmental projects are not affected in any way. DK District in-charge Minister B Ramanatha Rai was also present.

As many as 50 per cent posts in the MCC are vacant as of now severely hampering the functioning of MCC. We will have to now wait and see, if CM works on his assurance.







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