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Mangaluru: Cabinet gives nod for construction of new Kadri market building


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Mar 8: The cabinet meeting held at Bengaluru on Wednesday March 7, among other things, gave its permission to the proposal to demolish existing dilapidated Kadri market complex standing on 25 cents of land in ward No. 33 in the city. It also approved a proposal to build a new market building in the place of the existing one in 45 cents of land. The estimated cost of the new structure is Rs 12.30 crore.

Minister for parliamentary affairs, T B Jayachandra, gave this information to the media persons after the cabinet chaired by chief minister, Siddaramiaah, met on Wednesday.

Need for a new market complex at Kadri has been felt since long as the current building is in a bad state and it is inconvenient to vendors as well as customers.

 


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  • Prem, Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Some time politicians just promise but dont deliver. People just forget what they announced. Recently our Dear JR Lobo announced nantoor circle free left turn road will start in month of Jan 2018. Now March . Nothing happening till now.

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  • RDsouza, Kadri Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    They took almost 10 years to complete Bejai market!!! Kadri market and new bus stand will be completed by 2030!! All these announcements for upcoming election.

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  • Austin R.J. Peres, MANGALURU

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    I don't agree that the construction of the Kadri Market will take years to complete. Mangaloreans have witnessed several works completed during the past couple of years under the leadership of Mr J.R. Lobo. If he is voted back as an MLA for a second term, Mangalore will see developments which we have not dreamed before. So lets strengthen Mr Lobo's hands by voting him as our MLA once again.

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  • Deepak, mangaluru

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    NO Bhakwaas......... Only Work by congress party.



    Jai congress......
    Jai Karnataka.......

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    This should have been done when Mayor Kavita took charge. Anyhow now she has done. Mangalore Badal raha hai.

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  • Vishal, Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    By all means, construct a new market. But please take care of the big and old trees just outside the market. These huge trees provide shade and shelter to hundreds of people during the day and the authorities concerned should ensure that no damage should be done to those trees.

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  • Naveen, Bejai, Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Rightly said Vishal. Nearby residents be on alert...If need be local forum should monitor during construction. I remember we lost a good old tree for Bejai market.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Strategic Development for BJP to loose Elections ...

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  • PETER, Managalore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Wait and watch..........................................lol

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  • JNP, Mangalore-Mumbai

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Yogi will give more ideas!

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  • L n T, Mumbai

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Good environment colour of market Modi will say suffronise it

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