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No drinking water problem this year, don’t grant permission to drill new borewells: BSY


Team Udayavani, Jun 3, 2020, 10:04 AM IST

Bengaluru: Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Tuesday, June 2 directed horticulture department officials to take action against absentee employees of Horticultural Producers Co-operative Marketing and Processing Society (Hopcoms) in the state as only 250 out of 550 Hopcoms stores are functional.

Yediyurappa addressing officials at the review meeting of agriculture, horticulture and sericulture departments said that permission should not be granted to drill new borewell as most of the districts in the state have received good rainfall and there is no drinking water problem.

Meanwhile, Agriculture minister BC Patil said that the grievances regarding the availability of equipment, sale of produces, and transport have been resolved.

He further told officials to reclaim the encroached government lands after a drone survey in regard to the mulberry plantation area is completed.

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