Vision 2025 project

  • The Karnataka government launched ‘Vision-2025’ project aimed at evolving a draft policy for development of the state in next seven years by seeking the opinion of the public.
  • Under the project, the government would seek public opinion on how they want their dream state to be in the next seven years, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah announced.
  • Officials will collect the required information after discussing with public representatives and the general public. 
  • They will then bring out a draft vision policy for the year 2025, portions of which would be incorporated in the manifesto of ruling Congress.
  • Launching the website ‘’,CM indicated this vision document will help the state decide the manifesto of their party.
  • Executive officer of the project, Renuka Chidambaram, and other officials will tour various parts of the southern state for three months starting from next month and speak to the masses and experts to gather public opinion to build a state of their dream.
  • Karnataka has started mid-day meal programme and free milk distribution programme to counter malnutrition. 
  • Despite a drought situation for six successive years, migration in the drought-prone areas were almost nil because of the measures taken by the government.
  • Steps have been taken to improve the agriculture sector under the ‘Krishi Bhagya’ scheme.
  • Karnataka will face the Assembly elections early next year.


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