“I have served as Labour Minister in former Chief Minister Dharam Singh’s Cabinet and in future too I would like to strive for the welfare of the labour class,” said Minister- designate Tanveer Sait who has got a ministerial berth in the Cabinet reshuffle.
Speaking to press persons who called on him at his residence in Udayagiri here yesterday Tanveer Sait thanked Chief Minister Siddharamaiah and party senior leaders for inducting him into the Cabinet for the second time in recognition of his good work. He further said that success and failure were part of public life and power and authority were not eternal. He pointed out that the support of the party activists and public in general was vital.
Tanveer Sait continuing said that the Chief Minister and Party High Command not to exclude the party activists, with a lot of faith had entrusted the responsibility of a Minister now and he assured to live up to expectations thus bringing a good name to the party.
With the news of Tanveer Sait’s name getting announced in the list of new Ministers, party leaders of N.R. Mohalla greeted Sait at his house, burst crackers in front of his house and distributed sweets.
source: http://www.starofmysore.com / Star of Mysore / Home> General News / June 19th, 2016
N.R. Constituency MLA Tanveer Sait, this morning, launched the final phase of asphalting works on Jodi Thenginamara Road (Star of Mysore road) starting from Maulanana Abul Kalam Azad Circle (Highway Circle) upto Srinivasa Theatre.
This important road, linking Highway Circle to Srinivasa Theatre, was in poor shape for over two decades and innumerable number of press reports on the bad condition of the road and recurring accidents, some fatal, had fallen on deaf ears of the authorities, including the MCC and District authorities till MLA Tanveer Sait took special interest to rebuild the road around six months back at a cost of Rs. 5.5 crore provided under Chief Minister’s Special Grant.
It may be mentioned here that when District Minister V. Sreenivasa Prasad came on this road to attend a function, his car got stuck more than once forcing him to call on Deputy Commissioner and order for immediate action. However, nothing happened for almost one-and-a-half years till MLA Tanveer Sait took the initiative. By the way, this road was last asphalted in the year 2001 when B.K. Prakash was the Mayor.
Soon after the works began, Tanveer Sait made regular inspections to check the quality of works in order to ensure that the road works are executed with top quality and as a result, the busy road, having heavy vehicular traffic movement, is being rebuilt with high quality.
Star of Mysore Editor-in-Chief K.B. Ganapathy who was the chief guest on the occasion, thanked Tanveer Sait for taking special interest in rebuilding the road with 80ft width thus fulfilling the long-felt need of the road users.
Noting that Tanveer Sait like his father late Azeez Sait is committed to work culture, Ganapathy said that Tanveer Sait was very much sensitive to the people’s problems and as such he was elected four consecutive times as MLA of NR constituency.
He called upon the people to extend their support to such committed legislators and co-operate with them in all developmental works.
City Congress President T.S. Ravishankar, Railway Goods Shed Lorry Owners Association President Shahid, MUDA member Annubhai, National Marbles Proprietor Zubair and others were present.
source: http://www.starofmysore.com / Star of Mysore / Home> General News / May 20th, 2016
Rajyotsava awardees from the city and district — Dr. V. Lakshminarayan, Dr. N. Ratna, My. Na. Gopalakrishna, Dr. Vasanthkumar Thimakapura and Bannur Kempamma — were felicitated at a function organised at Mysore-Kodagu MP’s office at Government Guest House in Nazarbad here this morning.
MP H. Vishwanath, speaking on the occasion, said it is a matter of delight that the Government has identified and awarded the achievers who have excelled in their own fields.
Pointing out that the State Government had chosen the Rajyotsava awardees purely on merit, without giving way for the interference of political or external forces, Vishwanath said the government’s action had only enhanced the value of Rajyotsava award.
NR constituency MLA Tanveer Sait, who presided, said the Government’s action of selecting the awardees based on merit, was a sign of better prospects for the State.
Tanveer Sait called for more developmental works in the city so as to make it a model one for the entire country.
He also stressed the need for making Mysore a bigger educational hub, with the city already known for providing quality education besides making rapid strides in the educational field .
Mysore District Kannada Sahitya Parishat President M. Chandrasekhar was the chief guest.
source: http://www.starofmysore.com / Star of Mysore / Home> General News / November 07th, 2013