Chandriki ready for HD Kumaraswamy’s Vastavya

The administration has put up a big pandal with a seating capacity of around 10,000 for the purpose.

KALABURAGI: The stage is set for the two-day 'Grama Vastavya' programme of Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy from Friday in Yadgir and Kalaburagi districts. Mr Kumaraswamy will stay in Chandriki village in Yadgir on Friday night and at Heroor (B) village in Afzalpur taluk on Saturday night, during his first leg of the programme.

During his second leg, Mr Kumaraswamy will stay at Karegudda village in Manvi taluk on June 26 and Ujalamba village in Basavakalyana taluk on June 27.

Chandriki village is part of Gurmitkal Assembly constituency represented by JD(S) MLA Nagangouda Kandakur while Heroor (B) is part of Afzalpur represented by Congress MLA M Y Patil. Manvi is represented by JD(S) MLA Raja Venkatappa Nayak and Basavakalyana by Congress MLA B Narayan.

Chandriki is the village to which veteran Congress leader Jagannathrao Chandriki, who was Minister for Law and Excise in the former Hyderabad state in 1952 and subsequently became Minister for Excise, Labour and Small Scale Industry in Mysore state, belonged. In 1962 he was elected MP from Raichur Lok Sabha seat.

With the media highlighting the neglect of villages, the officials have already taken steps to improve school buildings, provide roads, build toilets and ensure basic amenities on a war footing in the villages where the CM will be staying. According to Yadgir district officials, Mr Kumaraswamy will arrive at Yadgir at 3.30 am by train from Bengaluru. The next day he will take part in Yoga day celebrations and proceed to Chandriki village where he will take part in a public grievances meeting known as Jana Spandana programme.

The administration has put up a big pandal with a seating capacity of around 10,000 for the purpose. In the evening he will interact with farmers and take part in a cultural programme after which he will stay at the government high school in the village. Four DYSPs, 15 inspectors, 29 PSIs, 66 ASIs, 561 head constables, 50 women constables and 209 home guards have been deployed for maintaining security at Chandriki village.

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