Bengaluru: After the High Court rap, BJP legislators from Bengaluru convened a press conference Chief Minister to act tough on Congress leaders, and prevent the rally from entering Bengaluru, Basavaraj Bommai said that the state government will go ahead with the Mekedatu project.
“When it comes to land and water-related issues, all political parties have worked together. Our government is committed to embracing the project, taking all political parties to confidence in the Mekedatu issue but for now, the COVID-19 epidemic third wave covered the state of Karnataka and especially Bengaluru. We need to take all necessary measures to curb COVID19,” said the Chief Minister.
He further said that the health of the people of Karnataka and Bengaluru is our primary duty.
“Thus commitment to perform this duty needs to be shown. The government wants the cooperation of all without violating the law governing the epidemic,” he added.
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Bommai said that the government has decided to take all possible measures to control this epidemic in Karnataka and Bengaluru.
Earlier on Wednesday, the Karnataka High Court reprimanded the State government for not taking action in the matter of violation of COVID norms during Congress’ Mekedatu padayatra.
(With inputs from ANI)