Karnataka budget 2019-20: Highlights
*Grant of Rs 40 crore for the work of laying of pipeline for utilizing 40 M.L.D water being carried to Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board under K.C. Valley project

*Action of operationalisation of Bidar airport. Rs 32 crore grant for construction of new terminal building in the year 2019-20

*A grant of Rs 100 crore to construct security barriers across the tanks, canals and other water bodies existing beside the roads in the state to prevent accidents

*Development of 7,940 km length of roads at a cost of 10,000 crore under SHDP. Work of improvement and up-gradation of

roads and bridges at a total cost of Rs 5,690 crore. Completion of 1,317 small bridges in Malnad and coastal districts

*Construction of Peripheral Ring Road with an estimated cost of Rs 17,200 crore and Rs 1,000 crore in the year 2019-20

*Metro line from Central Silk Board junction to the Outer Ring Road-Airport via K R Puram via Hebbal at a cost of Rs 16,579 crore

*Construction of pedestrian flyover in Yeshwanthapur and metro rail stations

*Commuter’s card for metro and BMTC, converting 3 coach into 6 coaches of 50 trains, charging facility to two wheeler e-vehicles in 10 metro stations, small capacity buses from BMTC in 10 selected Metro stations to provide last mile connectivity

*Sub-urban rail services in Bengaluru at a total estimated cost of Rs 23,093 crore; a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), Bengaluru Rail Infrastructure Development Entity (B-RIDE) under State and Central Government partnership

*Rs 50 crore for implementation of a comprehensive mobility scheme; priority for public transport and stabilization. Grant to increase the number of buses in BMTC

*Action to establish an e-Governance Cell in Administrative Training Institute, Mysuru and in all district training institutes

*Grant of Rs 1 crore for a special program to promote feature films in Tulu, Kodava and Konkani

*Development of Kodava Community Hockey stadium at Balugoda in Virajpet at a cost of Rs 5 crore

*Grant of Rs 10 crore for the overall development of Kodava community

Grant of Rs 5 crore for providing systematic facilities and upgradation of Urban Haat for the artisans in Mysuru through Jagadguru Shree Suttur Shivarathri Deshikendra Swamiji Mutt

*Establishment of state level training centre for all workers of Department of Women and Child Welfare at Ballari and divisional level training centres at Mysuru, Belagavi and Kalaburagi and Chitradurga in Bengaluru division; allocation of Rs 5 crore

*Upgradation of Chikkamagaluru district hospital as Super Specialty Hospital with grant of Rs 50 crore

*New technological university to come up in Hassan

*Establishment of well equipped language skill training centres in Bengaluru, Mysuru, Belagavi and Kalaburgi divisions in the name of Alur Venkatarao at a cost of Rs 2 crore to improve language teaching methodology

*Grant of Rs 13 crore for tank filling works of 8 tanks of through lift irrigation from Tunga river flowing near Hole Hasanavadi village in Shivamogga

*Grant of Rs 100 crore for water filling works for the tanks in the limits of Balaghatta Gram Panchayathi in Pandavapura taluk

*Expenditure of Rs 638 crore under Ksheera Bhagya scheme for school going children and Rs 405 crore for Anganawadi children

*Incentive to milk producers increase from Rs 5 per litre to Rs 6 per litre at a cost of Rs 1,459 crore

*Rs 125 crore grant for Shivamogga city

*Rs 150 crore grant for Mysuru city

*Creation of new taluks in Harohalli of Ramanagar district, Chelur in Chikkaballapur district, Terdal in Bagalakot district and Kalasa in Chikkamagalur district

*Rs 60 crore grant in the year 2019-20 for various mutts and religious institutes

*A grant of Rs 5 crore for the comprehensive development of historical Melukote by constituting the Melukote Development Authority

*Increased subsidy for pilgrimage to Manasa Sarovara to Rs 30,000/-

*A grant of Rs 2 crore for constitution of Kodagu Reconstruction, Rehabilitation and Development Authority

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