Siddu questions state ministers about last year’s flood fund expense


Team Udayavani, Aug 9, 2020, 4:26 PM IST

Bengaluru: As flood situation looms large in several parts of Karnataka, Leader of Opposition Siddaramaiah and Former Chief Minister on Sunday, August 9 said that the failure of the state government to provide relief to last year’s flood damage has aggravated the condition of this year’s flood.

Taking to Twitter Siddaramamaih wrote, “The failure of State govt to provide relief to last year’s flood damage has aggravated the condition of this year’s flood. I had warned the ministers a month back about the same, but as usual, there was no response.”

In a series of tweet, he questioned the ministers of the state.

“How many roads and bridges were damaged? and how many of them have been repaired? How much was spent for the same? Will you give the answer at least now Mr. Govind Karjol?” he asked Deputy Chief Minster Govind Karjol.

“How many houses were damaged? How many new houses were built? How many houses get flooded every year? How many people are in shelter homes?Will you answer V Somanna?,” he asked Minister of housing department.

“How many govt school buildings were damaged? How many of them have been repaired & reconstructed? How many more have to be repaired? How much has been spent? Where is the data Suresh Kumar?,” he asked the Education Minister.

Finally he questioned Minister of Women, Child Development and Empowerment of Differently Abled, Seniorcitizens, “How many anganawadi buildings were damaged? How many of them have been repaired & reconstructed? How many more have to be repaired? How much has been spent? Shashikala Jolle, where is the reply for these?”

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