February 8, 2023

BENGALURU EXPRESS

Truth Triumphs

Mahadevapura rain havoc: Meeting with IT companies

Permanent solution by next year, says IT/BT Minister

Bengaluru, Sept. 7: Dr. C.N. Ashwath Narayan, Minister for IT/BT said on Wednesday, that a permanent solution to the inconveniences occuring in Mahadevpura zone will found out by next year’s rainy season.

He stated this after convening a meeting with the heads of the IT companies located in the Mahadevapura zone at Vidhan Soudha.

After giving a patient hearing to the grievances of the IT companies, he sought the cooperation of entrepreneurs to retain the status of ‘Bangalore Brand’. He added that virtual meeting will be conducted every month from now on to resolve the grievances of entrepreneurs.

Responding to the IT ministers appeal, the entrepreneurs said that their primary concern was is to bring to the notice of the government the miseries they face and the loss that is caused. They also said that they are satisfied with with the way the government was responding to their grievances.

Minister Narayan stated, the government will examine about implementing ‘Elcita” model of system that is being put in place in the Electronic City in Mahadevapura zone also. In addition to this, K10 system will be implemented to ensure free flow of rainwater he explained.

Minister also said that this part will be provided Cauveri drinking water supply through 5th stage of its work.

Krris Gopalakrishnan, Chairperson, State IT vision Group, said that the government was with the industry in resolving any problem they encounter.

Tushar Girinath, BBMP Special Commissioner, made a presentation on the initiatives taken up by the government.

Representatives of Goldman Sachs, Infosys, Wells Fargo, Wipro, Emphasis, Intel vmware, TCS, Accenture, Sonata Software, Philips, Solace were among a fer who attended the meeting.

Vandita Sharma, Chief Secretary to the Government, Meena Nagaraj, Director, Fepartment of IT/BZ were present.

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