Karnataka: Bommai seeks public support as he completes 6 months in office

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai solicited public support to make the state even more development-oriented, as he celebrated his 62nd birthday on Friday,

Bommai stated his team of Ministers is now beaming with confidence, despite the fact that his government has encountered problems like as floods and drought, as well as the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 in the last six months.

"In the future, all of our decisions and actions will be devoted to the welfare of the people, and they will be defined by self-assurance, immense strength, a clear aim, and speed. Our pro-people measures during the last six months will serve as the foundation for our future actions "Bommai said this at a simple function to commemorate his six months in office at the Vidhana Soudha.

In order to maintain public support in the future, he declared that his government is 'Sarvavyapi, Sarvasparshi' (ubiquitous and touching every life)."Please consider supporting me depending on my achievements. We shall work for you in such a way that your faith in us is not shattered. We shall work hard to repay your trust in us. We will develop Karnataka to its full potential "Bommai remarked.The Chief Minister praised his Cabinet members, claiming to have the best team in the country.

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