Assembly passes amendment to Karnataka Land Reforms Act

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September 26, 2020

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Bengaluru, Sept 26: Karnataka Assembly has passed the amendment to the Land Reforms Act in the state on Saturday, according to the Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa.

Yediyurappa, in a tweet, said, "The Amendment to Karnataka Land Reforms Act passed in the Assembly today further empowers our farmers and strengthens their rights."

"While the Agricultural produce market committee (APMC) reforms ensured "My Produce, My Right", the land reforms ensures "My land, My Right" to all our Annadatas," it added.

The Karnataka Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council sessions will commence on September 30.

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October 9,2020

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Bengaluru, Oct 9: Former Karnataka chief minister H D kumarswmay said he would speak to CM B S Yediyurappa personally on the schools reopening as Covid cases are on rise in the state.

The government too has said that any decision would be taken after considering the situation and consulting experts and parents.

“Regarding opening of schools…opinions of everyone, especially parents, is that they are hundred per cent against opening schools. I urge the government, on behalf of the parents, that lives are important… only if there is life can one think about the future,” Kumaraswamy told reporters here.

He said the government should not be adamant on this issue or bow to pressure from some people who want to make money and play with the lives of the children and parents. “I will speak to the Chief Minister personally and request him not to budge to any pressure,” he added.

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October 14,2020

Bengaluru, Oct 14: Central Crime Branch (CCB) sleuths have arrested Ashwin Bhogi, a suspect in the Sandalwood drugs case, from Chikkamagaluru.

Bhogi was on the run after CCB arrested suspended RTO clerk BK Ravi Shankar in the case. He has been named accused number nine in the FIR registered at Cottonpet police station.

Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Sandeep Patil said Bhogi was picked up from Chikkamagaluru on Tuesday after a lot of efforts and brought him to Bengaluru.

During interrogation, Ravi Shankar reportedly confessed that Bhogi was an important link between him and drug peddlers and often helped him get narcotics.

Police believe that Bhogi's arrest may lead to stronger evidence and more suspects in the case. The CCB special team handling the case is still at work in tracing other suspects still on the run.

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October 8,2020

Chitradurga, Oct 8: Currency notes worth Rs 36 lakhs were found abandoned in a farm land near a bush at Buklorahalli in Challakere taluk on Thursday.

Police said that the currency was in the denominations of Rs 50, Rs 100, and Rs 2,000.

A few days back Rs 36 lakh was stolen from the office of Dileep Buildcon Limited, which is close to the farming land. 
The company is implementing Bidar-Srirangapatna national highway work. It was suspected that the stolen money might have been thrown in the land.

Acting on a tip-off, a police team led by circle police inspector Manjunath and sub-inspector Satish Naik rushed to the spot with the sniffer dog squad and forensic experts.

A case has been registered in this connection by challakere and investigation are on.

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