KIADBKarnataka Industrial Areas Development Board (India)
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Situated at Harohalli, KIADB Industrial Area, Ramanagara District, Canopus launched its business with one wipes converting line with a capacity of 15 million pieces per year in a 12,000 square foot manufacturing facility.
Srinivasan appointed him and property dealer Gurudutt Shanbhag to liaise with the Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board ( KIADB) through which BCCI was trying to acquire 49.39- acre land, costing ` 49.97 crore, for relocating the NCA within Bangalore.
" He [ Shanbhag] used to monitor the progress; he used to bring copies of the four Gazette notifications issued by the KIADB. That's why he used to come to my office.
The Board had entered into an agreement with KIADB, during 2010- 11.
Interestingly, the land had been allotted to the BCCI and it even received, on December 8, 2011, a final notification under Rule 28( 4) of the KIADB Act vide Karnataka Gazette No.
The BCCI was eyeing 49.39 acres of land and it paid KIADB ` 49.97 crore.
The KIADB allotted her the plot on December 11, 2008, bypassing the lengthy waiting list of genuine entrepreneurs.
Subsequently, Subrahmanya, who was then the industries minister under the erstwhile Janata Dal ( Secular)- BJP coalition government, directed the KIADB to acquire 325 acres of land, including those for which Indu Builders and Developers had claimed to have held the GPA from farmers.
As deputy CM in 2007, Yeddyurappa had directed the KIADB to allot two acres of industrial land in Bangalore to Fluid Power Technologies, a firm owned by his sons.
The Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board ( KIADB), a government agency, was entrusted with the task of identifying land for the project.
The Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board ( KIADB), in turn, issued eviction notices to the families of 126 weavers, telling them to collect the compensation fixed by the government.