CM promised to sanction houses for flood-hit families: Ananth Kumar Hegde


Team Udayavani, Sep 10, 2019, 10:26 AM IST

Bengaluru: A delegation led by Uttara Kannada Bharatiya Janata Party MP Ananth Kumar Hegde met the Chief Minister at his residence on Monday and requested him to provide houses to those who had lost them in the recent floods.

Addressing presspersons after the meeting Ananth Kumara said, “We pleaded with the Chief Minister that records should not come in the way of house allotment to the affected people. Some people have been tilling forest land and do not have proper records, so their pleas must be considered on humanitarian grounds.”

He further added that Yediyurappa also promised to sanction houses for families from fishermen community who have their dwellings on the banks of rivers.

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