The Karnataka Government has set up a high-powered co-ordination committee under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary, S V Ranganath to monitor the progress of various railway projects in the state. The committee will coordinate with the Ministry of Railways to review the progress on a monthly basis.
The Karnataka Government plans to set up four gas-fired power plants of 700 MW each in the state and is expected to invite tariff-based bidding from private investors soon after it signs the long-term gas supply contract.
The Karnataka government has prepared a proposal for widening of B Rachaiah Double Road in Chamarajanagar. Funds have been set aside to shift the water supply pipeline, light poles and UG cables as part of the widening work and clearing illegal compounds.