Dr Kasturirangan Committee Report on Bangalore Urban Governance – 2008

Kasturirangan Committee had proposed some reforms that will change the way Bangalore region would be governed. Here's the text of the 150-page report.

The report was prepared in 2008 and proposed a different planning structure for Bengaluru region. This report was also taken into consideration by ABIDe, to prepare the Bangalore Regional Governance Bill draft.

This has come into picture now again, in the backdrop of the Karnataka government’s move to constitute Metropolitan Planning Committee.

You can read the report on the website itself, or download the report by clicking the below link.

Dr Kasturirangan Committee Report on BBMP

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  1. G. Chandrashekar says:

    They should also incorporate suggestions given by the public during 1997 wherein a committee was formed under the chairmanship of Dr. Ravindra during Mr. J.H. Patel regime wherein suggestions were sought from welfare organisation, public etc.

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