Mangaluru: 'Allocated amount from 14th finance commission on essential areas' – MLA U T Khader

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Oct 16: “The Gandi road is filled with potholes due to the lack of interest displayed by the councillor. Councillor Dinakar Ullal had been to the court following a technical issue. Meanwhile, the people of his ward were facing hardships because of his selfish attitude. Dinakar Ullal did not come out of his house for three months during the corona pandemic even when the people of his ward were in trouble,” said MLA U T Khader.

The MLA was speaking at a news conference held in Ullal on Friday, October 16.

"The amount from the 14th finance commission have been allocated to the essential areas with the approval from the councillors. I have used the funds on BJP backed and JDS supported wards without any bias,” he said responding to the allegation by councillor Dinakar Ullal where he accused MLA Khader of not releasing funds to his ward. Meanwhile, MLA UT Khader has called out the councillor for misrepresenting information.



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