If you give space to various offices, you will fall into the diversity of life in Bangalore: HD Kumaraswamy

Bangalore: Former CM H D Kumaraswamy has strongly opposed the government’s decision to allocate 32 acres of Bangalore campus to various offices.

He has tweeted about the government’s decision to grant a total of 32 acres of the campus of Bangalore University, a bio-diversity site, to Yoga VV and two other institutions.

“It is a serious risk that the government has decided to bring the site back to the biodiversity site without any consultation with the environmentalists who have been working diligently for nearly two decades. Senior ecologist Yallappa Reddy has announced his resentment with the return of his honorary doctorate. Environmental lovers have supported this. The Bangalore VV enclosure will be made concrete by a total of 32 acres including 15 acres for Yoga VV, 15 acres for Gulbarga VV and 2 acres for CBSC South India office.

The government should save this biodiversity site by providing these institutions elsewhere. The VV and the government’s move to give land to three institutions in the last 20 years in cooperation with the students and the public of the Bangalore VV National Service Scheme is reprehensible. HDK is worried that this will ruin the whole plant wealth in a matter of years and minutiae for the potter.

The former Vice-Chancellor, Dr. K. Siddappa, had launched the life-expectancy, hoping it would become an open-air laboratory. Hundreds of researches are now being made in the field of botany, zoology, geology, ecology and social sciences. Such a site should not be devastated. The next generation needs to be saved, nurtured.


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