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Several ministers of Yediyurappa cabinet on Tuesday jointly spoke to the media at the end of the CMs region wise meetings with party MLAs since Monday.
The results of thousands of such tests done have started coming in with several teachers themselves testing Covid-19 positive.
The minister said that there are 9807 experienced vaccinators and 28,427 centres have been identified for providing vaccination across the state.
The trains will operate from Bengaluru city station to the newly built KIA, Devanahalli Railway halt station, Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa tweeted, greeting people on the occasion.
Yediyurappa has been waiting for some time now to carry out the cabinet exercise, as he was asked by BJP national president JP Nadda during their meeting in New Delhi on November 18, to wait for the clearance from the central leadership.
The KPCC President was responding to a question on Yediyurappas assertion that he would complete his term.
There has been intense speculation in some quarters that the BJP high command is mulling leadership change in Karnataka in the days to come considering Yediyurappas age (77 years).
The state government also mandated that no employee will be made to work more than ten hours a day. The order will remain effective till three years from today.
Karnataka home minister Basavaraj Bommai on Wednesday announced that strict measures will be enforced in Bengaluru and all other cities. The minister urged all the people of the state to follow Covid-19 protocols.
Gathering of people at public places and roads for celebrations has been barred, but routine activities in these areas can be carried out.
A total of 5,728 gram panchayats voted on December 22 and December 27.Candidates have been elected unopposed for 8,074 seats.
Speaking to reporters after inauguration of new building of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Medical Sciences and Research centre here by Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa, he said establishing a medical college requires Rs 600-700 crore.