Yadagiri, Karnataka, Jun 22 : Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy deferred his scheduled 'Village Stay' in Kalaburagi district, following incessant rains, here on Saturday.
Speaking to newsmen at Chandaraki village in Yadagiri district, where stayed overnight yesterday in a Primary School, said that the scheduled 'Village Stay' at Herur village in Afzalpur Taluk has been deferred following heavy rains in the village.
Clarifying that his 'Village Stay' was only deferred and not cancelled, he said that “the programme was to be postponed following receiving good rains in Afzalpur taluk and I tender apology for not making it on Saturday”.
He further said that his Village stay programme in Afzalpur would be rescheduled in July, either in the first or second week.
Kumaraswamy said that it is proposed to convene a ten day Assembly session next Month.
Kumaraswamy, who had resumed his 'Village Stay' after becoming Chief Minister second time, had stayed at Chandaraki village in the District on Friday and heard grievances of hundreds of people and directed the officials to take suitable action.
In his address yesterday, he promised to upgrade the District Hospital at Yadagiri from the present 100-bed into 300 bed hospital. He also approved a Rs 300 crore, comprehensive drinking water project for Yadagiri district. (UNI)