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Sadananda Gowda says Kambala bill will soon be sent for the presidential nod

Published On : 18 Apr 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Udupi: Minister for Law D V Sadananda Gowda said that the Kambala bill will soon be sent for the presidential nod. He was speaking to media persons during his visit to Udupi here on Monday.

"The Central Government has received the bill on Kambala drafted by the Government of Karnataka. The bill has been processed by the Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Law. The Home Ministry has sent the bill to all the three ministries before sending it to the President of India. The rules framing issue has been set right and the bill will be sent to the President for his consent. The President will give his consent as he has been very instrumental in addressing the issue highlighted by the people," Gowda opined.

While asked his opinion on Yettinahole, he said that the state leaders have been supporting the project while the local politicians are opposing to it. He said that the water resources department should address the core concerns of the project.







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