The blue print for the integrated development of State, Nava Karnataka Vision 2025 will be available for public by January. This report contains suggestions and expectations of common people, experts and intellectuals for the future of the State. Political Parties can refer to it and may even formulate their election manifesto based on it, reported Kannada Prabha.
This was informed by Renuka Chidambaram, CEO, Nava Karnataka Vision 2025. This report has been prepared, so that programmes can be planned with a futuristic thought about the stage that the State should reach by 2025. The report will be ready by December and submitted to the government.
After that it will be available for public. Its implementation should be carried out by subsequent governments. Also appropriate network should be formulated for getting required grants and effective implementation, she said at a press meet.
The report can be used by students, scholars, and political parties. The department is collecting information from the cross section of the society, with the help of DCs, she said.
Renuka Chidambaram stated action would be taken against the staff who put up boards which embarrassed the government at the recent launching of Vision 2025. At the program a placard stating ‘Press’ in English was wrongly translated to Kannada as physically pressing and not media as it should have been. It caused embarrassment to the department. She said care will be taken not to repeat such mistakes.