ABIDe, which stands for Agenda for Bengaluru Infrastructure and Development Task Force was the brain child of the Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa. Now, the programme seeks the citizen"s inputs on 'ABIDe Task Force' which deals with Task Force"s recommendations on bolstering regional governance.
The first meeting which is set to take place at the National Games Village, Koramangala on Sunday, Jul 12 is expecting to see citizens participate and give their inputs on the recommendations. The meeting will see the presence of Member of Parliament Mr Ananth Kumar who is the Vice Chairman of ABIDe, and Member of Parliament, Mr Rajeev Chandrasekhar will be the Convenor.
More such meeting will be soon held across the city and the public recommendations thuscollected will be considered by the lawmakers who will be formulating a legislature soon.
ABIDe Bangalore has already devised draft reports in the areas of Governance, Road Traffic Management & Transportation, Urban Poor, and Public Security. The reports are available on www.abidebengaluru.in.