No plans to rename or shut Indira Canteens: BS Yeddyurappa

Bangalore: CM Yeddyurappa has said that the Indira Canteen will not be closed in Karnataka. He said on Thursday that the news of the closure of the canteen was wrong. We will only look into the irregularities," Yeddyurappa said. We have reports that 100 people ate and the bill shows 1000 people. We will look into it. We will not close the canteen.

In reply to a question, Yeddyurappa told the press that complaints have been received about some canteens which have been instructed to investigate but there is no intention to close the canteen. He said the government wants people to get good quality food. The chief minister of the state, Yeddyurappa, insisted that the canteen has not been withheld from the government. He also said that the Karnataka government has no intention to change the name of these concessional canteens.

He said the government has already made it clear that the canteen providing food to the poor at affordable rates will not be closed. In Karnataka, breakfast and lunch-night meal are provided at the Indira canteen at the rate of just five rupees a plate for Rs.10. Thousands of people in Karnataka take advantage of this canteen.

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