Bangalore: The Karnataka government plans to
hold some of its cabinet meetings at taluks to know the pulse of the people in rural areas, Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa
said here Thursday.
"The government plans to hold some cabinet meetings at
taluks. This will enable us to know the pulse of the people in
rural parts of the state," he told reporters on the sidelines
of a function here.
He said the government is committed to development of the
state and was taking up initiatives with this goal in mind.
Yeddyruppa denied charges that memoranda submitted by the
public at `janata darshans` had not been taken up and said
these were followed up by the government.