‘Hosur has only 30% basic qualities required for corporation’

COIMBATORE: The introduction of bills within the state assembly to improve Hosur municipality has evoked mixed responses from the general public. While some consider it a chance to recuperate facilities, others see it as a bait to win votes.

Pointing out that Hosur has simplest 30% of fundamental qualities required for a special grade municipality, its ex-chairman N S Madeshwaran questioned at the executive’s transfer to improve it into a corporation. “If it happens, folks must shell out extra on taxes, which is able to pass up additional. With the municipality already struggling to assemble tax dues, what will be the state of affairs when the tax quantity increases? The municipality is yet to assemble more than 40% of pending taxes.”

He stated the woes confronted through the municipality were aplenty - more than 80% roads are not tarred, 60% wards don’t have purified water provide and 40% spaces don’t have street lamps. “When it has failed to offer fundamental facilities to the residents of 45 wards, how will it serve additional 8 village panchayats with a inhabitants of 41,000?”

During the centenary party of former chief minister M G Ramachandran at Krishnagiri in September 2017, chief minister Edappadi Ok Palaniswami had made a press release to improve Hosur municipality into corporation. “Why did it take them virtually one-and-a-half-year to introduce a bill on this regard within the assembly?” Madeshwaran asked.

B Venkatesh, PMK district joint secretary, Krishnagiri west, stated the transfer was once aimed toward sweeping votes in each the Lok Sabha polls and byelection, and to not help the general public. “The transfer would have been lauded if the government had upgraded infrastructure before announcing its resolution to make it a corporation.”

Welcoming the transfer, R Dorai, president of Hosur Federation of all Residential Welfare Association, stated it would pave way for extra infrastructure and extra price range from each the state and central governments. “The municipality has been struggling on account of lack of body of workers and price range. Once it's upgraded, each the fund and body of workers can be higher.”

Ok Velumurgan, president of Hosur Small and Tiny Industries Association (HOSTIA) stated the transfer would make certain quality services and products within the fields of transportation, education and medicine. He, however, advised the government to not building up taxes. “Why must we pay additional taxes once we would not have any facilities? The executive must first focus on providing fundamental facilities and upgrading infrastructure within the area.”

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