Saturday , June 19 2021

Karnataka today plans to install a statue in the river Kaveri



The Kaveri statue of the Krishna Raja Sugulla dam in the river Kaveri will be installed. (File)

BANGALORE:

Krishnaraja Sugandham dam on the banks of the river Kaveri is 125 feet high. Karnataka government is located in the river Kaveri in the Mandya district.

The project is expected to cost about Rs 1,200 crore and 400 acres of land is required. It will be ready after two years.

The project is being implemented in order to boost tourism and tourism.

Mysore is also an amusement park for tourism like Disneyland. The President Brindavan Garden is here and it is supposed to be rich and to see it all over the world, said Irrigation Minister DK Sivakumar. .

Last month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced the world's tallest statue in Gujarat. India's first home minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, worth Rs 600 crore, is worth Rs 2,989 crore.

However, Sivakumar said that their plan does not connect the statue of the Gujarat unit.

This image indicates that the water from the goddess Kaveri represents the water and the tower will have a place to see a people. "It's like a tower," he added.

"The architects of such projects have made a proposal across the country and this is not a concept, we do not invest any money for any statue or invest money in government funds, we are asking investors," he said.

The objective of the project is to generate income for the government and the employers, creating a tourist center.

"We will do it in a transparent way, and we have presented it in the legislature in the budget," he added.

Public opinion is mixed in this matter.

"Resistance is health, education and there is no benefit from making statues," said Resident Suresh.

Another resident, Sidhapa Ji, said: "It's a good thing, something like Bangalore should be here, encouraging tourism."

The river Kaveri in southern Karnataka is a lifeline. However, there was a dispute between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka from the time of British Raj. Many districts in both the states depend on the Kaveri for irrigation, while the Bangalore River receives water.


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