The ambitious ‘Grama One’ plan in Karnataka, which promises to bring services from various ministries to people’s doorsteps in rural sections of 12 districts, will take effect on Republic Day.
The Chief Minister convened a virtual meeting on Monday to review the program’s launch preparations. It will take effect in 12 districts throughout the state on January 26. As a result, about 3000 ‘Grama One’ service centers would provide about 100 services related to revenue, food, health, and labor agencies. They would have access to an uninterrupted power supply and the Internet will be established.
During the virtual meeting, it was announced that in 12 districts for the time being, but that it would be expanded to all districts in the coming days. The authorities make sure that the services of important agencies were freely accessible to individuals in rural regions. On January 26, it will be released in the state’s Bidar, Koppal, Ballari, Belagavi, Haveri, Vijayapura, Davangere, Shivamogga, Tumakuru, Chikkamagaluru, Udupi, and Kodagu districts.