Introduction of Sakala- a Scheme to provide for guarantee of services citizens in the state of Karnataka within the stipulated time limit, which aims at minimizing corruption. This scheme was appreciated at the national level also.
Transparency in administration – Every citizen was allowed to meet the Chief Minister for grievances redressal.
CCTV was installed in CM’s Office which was linked to You Tube to facilitate direct relay of CM’s Office.
Concentration of Resource mobilisation.
Successful Second Golbal Investors Meet and Global Agricultural, Commerce and Food processing meet. Agreements were signed for investment of Rs.7.60 crores.
Very responsive administration.
Development is the key issue – several measures were initiated to minimise corruption , eg: issue of permission to industries within 24 hours of the High Power Committee meeting, which is appreciated by all industrialists as a very innovative step.
Limit on non-plan expenditure and enhanced allocation plan expenditure.
Effective implementation of draught relief schemes, appreciated by Central observers.
National level award for maintenance of Law and order.
Revenue collection in excess of the target for eg:117% in Stamps and Registration.
Award from Central Government for implementation of Labour Welfare Schemes.
For the first time the state budget above one lakh crores i.e. Rs.1.13 lakh crores was presented.
Decision to implement Yettinahole Yojane, a scheme to provide drinking water to 6 districts and allotted Rs.1000 crores in the budget.