Karnataka Budget 2023: What Hubballi Dharwad got?

CM Basavaraj Bommai presented the Karnataka Budget 2023-24 in the legislative assembly today. Presenting the budget, the CM said that the total outlay of the budget is ₹3,09,182 Crores.

Citizens of HD had high expectations from the state budget as CM Bommai hails from Hubballi Dharwad. But the budget didn’t met the expectations of Hubballi Dharwad.

Here is what Hubballi Dharwad got for the year 2023-24.

Number of Beds of the proposed Jayadeva Hospital at Hubballi has been increased from 350 to 430. The hospital will be built at a cost of ₹250 Crores.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) clinics will be established in Hubballi, Mysuru, Kalaburagi and 4 institutes of Medical Sciences in Bengaluru at a cost of ₹6 Crores.

Karnataka government has decided to increase the bed capacity in the ESI hospitals of Hubballi and Davanagere from 50 to 100 to provide health care facilities at affordable cost to the labourers.

The Karnataka government will provide ₹150 Crores for the much awaited Dharwad Belagavi direct railway line project. The funds will be used for land acquisition.

Assistance will be provided to the Karnataka Vidyavardhaka Sangha of Dharwad which played am important role in the Unification of Karnataka and its contribution to Kannada language.

Karnataka government will provide all assistance to establish National Forensic Sciences University (NFSU) at near University of Agricultural Sciences campus at Dharwad.

Apart from the new announcements, the budget speech by CM Basavaraj Bommai mentioned some of the projects that are already announced to Hubballi Dharwad. They are as follows.

6 laning of Hubballi Dharwad bypass has been initiated at a cost of ₹1200 Crores. Also, upgradation of Hubballi-Hospet-Bellary and Andhra border highway has been undertaken at a cost of ₹2200 Crores.

The state government has provided ₹150 Crores for Hubballi Chikkajajur doubling project, and ₹400 Crores for Hospet Hubballi Londa to Vasco da Gama doubling project.

Automated testing tracks have been constructed at a cost of ₹38 Crores in Dharwad, Shivamogga, Hassan, Mangalore, Raichur and Belagavi.

Vehicle testing and Certification centres have been established in Dharwad and Mysuru at a cost of ₹31 Crores.

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