Thursday, 10 May 2018

BJP manifesto Belagavi Rural Constituency


The BJP has crowd-sourced the manifestos, getting data separately from each of the 224 assembly constituencies of Karnataka. Each of the 224 assembly constituencies have their own manifesto.

  • The Bharatiya Janata Party is committed to ensure the all-round development of Belagavi Rural Assembly Constituency. We assure you that we will work with integrity and sincerity to fulfil the long held dreams and aspirations of the people of Belagavi. In this endeavour, we promise to do the following:
  • Connect rural areas with proper transport and road facilities
  • Provide water for irrigation purposes from surrounding dams
  • Ensure regular supply of electricity
  • Implement schemes to promote the economic and social development of the handloom weavers.
  • Set up mechanisms to ensure that the weavers receive fair price for their products
  • Improve quality of healthcare services in Government Hospitals and Primary Health Centres and ensure regular supply of medicine, free of cost
  • Encourage Organic Farming to increase sustainability and provide more rural employment opportunities to the farmers
  • Integrated Development of all the tanks in the area on the lines of Jala Samvardhane Yojane
  • Revive the canals of Malaprabha and Ghataprabha River by undertaking periodic de-silting of the canals
  • Construct small dams in the area to facilitate rain water harvesting
  • Adapt social forestry to maintain and protect trees and to carry out afforestation programs
  • Provide basic infrastructure and address the sanitation problems in the region
  • Evaluate the option of using renewable energy sources for the area
  • Construct affordable in situ housing for slum residents under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana
  • Upgrade the Government Schools and Colleges with digital technologies to make them more adaptive to the new digital era
  • Fill up vacancies in Government Schools in accordance with the Karnataka State Civil Services (Regulation of Transfer of Teachers) Act, 2007
  • Efficient implementation of the Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme, Mudra Yojana and the ASPIRE Program to promote rural entrepreneurship and innovation
  • Provide basic infrastructure and address the sanitation problems in the area Conduct a survey to assess the resource potential, quantification of output, existing units and their functioning and the present resource utilisation patterns of the region to set up a suitable labour intensive industry

Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Pyaas foundation takes up construction of Amte Lake

PYAAS FOUNDATION who have successfully rejuvenated 4 lakes this year took up an uphill task of rejuvenation of a Lake at Amte Village Khanapur Taluka. The village of Amte is nestled in the Jamboti forest area and is bestowed with adequate rainfall, however like many of the villages there is no stratagem and the water flows away.

The villagers of Amte have been facing severe inconvenience due to dearth of drinking water supply. Amte has a population of about 2,600 villagers, who have to travel distant locations in search of water. Located near Jamboti in Western Ghats, Amte receives adequate rainfall during rainy season. But as there are no dams or much lakes in the region, the water drains off and during summer, the villagers face the heat.
amte lake pyaas
PC: Prasad Parmaj

A few villagers of Amte had approached Pyaas Foundation and discussed about the problem. A delegation of Pyaas recently visited Amte and found the condition very pathetic. The members of the delegation spotted a small valley in a land owned by the local Gram Panchayat (GP).
After discussions with GP members and studying the place, it was found that the valley can be turned into a lake and a few streams of water and fountains from neighbouring areas can be turned to it.
Pyaas Foundation commenced the construction work of a new lake at their village which is expected to give them permanent relief from the drought problem during summer season.
The project was started in the presence of noted businessman Shri Prasanna Ghotge and the work is said to take more than a month.
The valley is around 40 feet deep and the area is approximately one and half acre. There are tons of rocks and mud which will be used to construct the dam at the mouth of the valley, thus it will be like a bowl with an outlet.
The cost of the lake is yet to be estimated, said Pyaas Foundation President Dr Madhav Prabhu.

In summers Water is priority over bread in Yamnapur

The villagers of Yamanapur 4 kms from Belagavi city within the limits of the city corporation have tough time to get water in the summer, sometimes they have to prioritize to earn the daily bread or to fetch water for themselves.

It is a daily scene for the villagers to see those dry taps and each day they hope water will flow but its a dream, but once the water rushes down the taps it is a mad rush to fill all that they can with water. They have just 10 minutes deadline for them, to fill the drinking water in their containers. And if they miss the chance, they will face a `dry day’, which means a day without drinking water.


With 10 minutes of water supplied hardly 4-5 pots can be filled and this water is used for drinking alone. For satisfying the other water needs they have to approach a public well constructed by Hindalco located on the other side of the village besides Pune – Bengaluru National Highway.
The survival of most of them depend on their daily income. But during summer, they have no option but to compromise and adjust with the timings provided to them for fetching water from the public well once in three days.

Money was always a by-product and never a goal and end in itself -Sachin Sabnis

The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) Hubli in association with KLS IMER, Belgavai organized an interactive “My Story Session” with the Mr. Sachin Sabnis, Managing Director, Belgaum Ferrocast Pvt. Ltd. and winner of “Entrepreneur of the year award” TiECon 2018 at Hubli on 24th April 2018.
Mr. Sachin Sabnis narrated his inspirational and motivational life experience. While sharing his entrepreneurial journey which he started in the year 1993, after one year of completing his engineering degree with a machine shop taken on lease which unfortunately closed within 8 months of operations.
Sachin Sabnis, Managing Director, Belgaum Ferrocast Pvt. Ltd

But this doesn’t stop Mr. Sachin and he subsequently started first foundry in the year 1995, expanded with a second foundry in 2000 and establishment of Belgaum Ferrocast Pvt. Ltd in 2007 which manufactures Grey cast iron and Ductile iron precision components, employs 400 + people with a turnover Rs. 50 Cr + and 30% sales coming from exports. According to Sachin money was always a by-product and never a goal and end in itself.

The important takeaways from Mr. Sabnis entrepreneurial journey are-
• Smart working
• Information + Knowledge + Skills is a good combination.
• Taking things head on rather than avoiding
• Mentors needed to bridge the gap between information, knowledge and skill
• Understanding Financial Management, in addition to Technical skills is very important.

TiE members, business persons, manufacturers, students & women entrepreneurs in large number attended the programme.

Kugaji files nomination as JDS in South

Changadev Manohar Kugaji aged 43 who is a noted film exhibitor and distributor has filed his nomination for the Belagavi south Assembly constituency as a Janata Dal (Secular) candidate.

kugaji mahesh

Party JD (S)
Age 43
Education SSLC St. Mary’s School Belgaum
Profession Film Exhibitor/distributor
Assets   Self:1,52,30,000 (1.5 Crore)
Liabilities 1.25 Crore
Cases No
PAN submitted YES
IT return 2017-18 – – 724000

Saturday, 14 April 2018

Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar had visited Belgaum in 1939

On 26 December 1939 Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar visited Belgaum (now Belagavi) and in the Municipality then the First citizen Mr.Bhimrao Potdar honored Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar with a Momento.

Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar had resided atKangral Galli for a day on 26 December 1939 and he was the guest of a family named Vastvadkar in Kangral Galli. Currently someone else resides in the same place and various organizations have asked the same to be converted into a museum.

Rs. 51 were spent for the function organised by the Municipality then where he was honored with a bronze momento. Dr. Ambedkar was here to address the Bar association here.

Thursday, 12 April 2018

Advocates boycott work as police file frivolous cases against advocates

The Advocates of the Belagavi Bar association issued a boycott of work notice this morning and approached to meet the DC when they were stopped by the police.

The Advocates were protesting a case been filed by Police on one of its advocate Mr. Zirali.

Advocates boycott work against Police for filing frivolous cases against advocates

Advocates were restricted to enter DC office which is a public office and no body can stop to enter it, hence there was a rasto roko after this blockage at the DC office for a short time.
A memorandum was submitted to the ADC.
A case has been booked on Advocate Zirali at Khade Bazar police station for disturbing peace.
Earlier cases were booked last year against Adv.Harshvardhan Patil where in he had filed cases against all the hotels for charging more then MRP on water bottles because, later a case was filed against Adv.Ratan Masekar then recently against Adv Zirali.

BJP manifesto Belagavi Rural Constituency

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