Rohini Sindhuri’s Transfer to Mysuru must have been a gift: Sa Ra Mahesh


Team Udayavani, Oct 1, 2020, 2:00 PM IST

Mysuru: Transfer of Rohini Sindhuri must have been a gift to her, said JD(S) MLA Sa Ra Mahesh

Speaking to the reporters, Sa Ra Mahesh said, Rohini has helped a private organisation in Andhra Pradesh in getting tender for the civil works on the land in Tirumala belonging to Karnataka. On the 7.5-acre land, government us planning to build a convention centre at the cost of Rs 200 Cr

“The architecture plan for the building has been prepared by Gaythri and Namith architecture and technical part will be handled by Design Venture consultant private ltd. The company will get 7.5% as rebate on this project. Weren’t there good architects in Karnataka? Rohini has helped a private organisation in Andhra Pradesh. Her transfer to Mysuru must have come as a gift”, he added

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