BJP Plans to Focus on Infrastructure Growth in Bengaluru

As it is seen that BJP is leading in the exit polls, infrabuddy found that in its manifesto, the BJP has promised to focus on infrastructure. Earlier this month in its manifesto, the BJP has promised that if it is elected to power in Karnataka polls it would safeguard the rights of homebuyers by repealing the diluted RERA rules, provide for a multi-point airport Metro link and expand the road network in Bengaluru, as per news reports.  Document promises creation of a Rs 2,500 crore fund to revive the complete ecosystem and network of lakes.

BJP as per the manifesto has promised to turn Bengaluru into a walking city and to install air quality monitors in every ward of the city and release a weekly/monthly air quality report to the public. It also promises to repeal the diluted RERA rules and announce new strong RERA rules and create RERA Regulatory Authority and the Appellate Tribunal.

Reports added that a Development Plan (CDP) 2033 with the focus on sustainability, livability, urban poor, Swachha Bengaluru, public transport, growth etc, the party’s manifesto says. Under the Kempegowda Vasati Yojane, the manifesto has promised a House for All Urban Poor. It has promised planning and implementation of housing schemes under Slum Rehabilitation Schemes including clearance and redevelopment of Slums and providing shelter needs of the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) and Low-Income Group (LIG).

The document adds to provide a multi-point airport Metro link and says that the Purple line of Namma Metro will be extended up to Hosakote Bus Terminus through Kadugodi on one side and Bidadi Bus Terminus through Kengeri on the other side after conducting feasibility analysis. It promises a new RV Road Metro line to Bommasandra line will be extended until Attibele after conducting feasibility analysis. As for road network expansion, it has promised development of Outer Ring Road (ORR) starting from Puttenahalli Cross to RV Road via Mysuru Road, Summanahalli, Yeshwantpur, Nagawara, KR Puram and Central Silk Board.




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