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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

TAPMI withdraws claim over land

TAPMI and T A Pai Management Institute Trust, Manipal through a memo submitted to the High Court, have withdrawn their claim over the land in dispute at End Point.

With this, one of the hurdles in the way of constructing a District Offices’ Complex- Mini Vidhan Soudha near End Point in Manipal has been cleared. Meanwhile, Deputy Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa, who was here on a official visit, reiterated government’s decision to construct Mini Vidhana Soudha, at End Point and said Rs 12 crore had already been earmarked for the same.

District-in-charge Minister Dr V S Acharya said, the proposed structure would include DC’s office, administrative offices and the office of Zilla Panchayat.

The proposed ZP building under construction near the present DC’s office, would be converted in to a educational complex.

It is to be noted here that works of levelling of the land at End Point, for the proposed Mini Vidhana Soudha, had begun two years back and as the T A Pai Management Trust had approached the High Court, making the State Government, the Financial Secretary of Revenue Department, the DC of Udupi and Tahasildar as parties. As they had sought stay order on the same, the work had been suspended.

1 comment:

Arun said...

Any development at End Point in Manipal should not reduce the lovely ambience existing at present.