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What should be new Karnataka CM's priorities?

February 03, 2006

After days of hectic political activity, Karnataka has a new chief minister.

Taking over the reigns of the state, Janata Dal (Secular) rebel leader H D Kumaraswamy has his task cut out.

Along with the Bharatiya Janata Party, which finally has a is ruling a state government in the south, the new chief minister will have to prove his mettle to the electorate.

What do you think should be his priorities? Tell us.

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Number of User Comments: 55

Sub: What should the new K'taka CM do

Step 1. Ensure the safety of K'taka from militants. Step 2. Expose the pseudo secular congress,CPI & CPI(M)'s designs to the public, especially their double ...

Posted by Dr.G.G.Rajan

Sub: Make Karnataka Most Developed State in India

Dear Chief Minister, Complete all the pending transport projects - Railways, Airports, Metro etc. Don't demoralise industrialists who provide livelihood to thousands. Don't appease minorities ...

Posted by Ronald

Sub: New Chief Mimisters priorities

Iam sure that most of the general public would be requesting the CM to improve the roads and infrastructure.This is definitely required.But I would request ...

Posted by R.S.Gopinath

Sub: Should continue to be a dream place for MNC\'s

This is surendranath who is particular wants our dear CM to focus on Bangalore city infrastructure development. He must have to take serously the warnings ...

Posted by surendranath

Sub: New CM's priorities

Kumaraswamy should concentrate on following things 1.Well laid Drainage systems with scientific layout from welknown contractor with atleast 5 yeras counter guarantee. 2.Merger of CMC's ...

Posted by Nitin



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