Karnataka’s coast has serious marine erosion. On July 22, Billava Bhavan Auditorium in Santacruz East hosted a press conference for Jayashree Sri Krishna Parisara Premi Samithi.
The lives and property of individuals living in coastal areas are not permanently protected, according to LV Ameen, president of Samithi. “Our Samithi has often reached out to the administration in search of a long-term fix. During the monsoon, one can observe ocean erosion. The government needs to come up with a remedy for this. A robust concrete wall will be built once and for all, unlike the current rubble walls that cost millions of rupees. People will be able to sleep at night if the issue is resolved. Through the government, Parisara Premi Samithi has started a number of community development initiatives. He urged the administration to address maritime erosion as quickly as feasible.
Marine erosion has been worse throughout our district’s shore, according to Samithi Thonse Jayakrishna Shetty, the organization’s founder. “Numerous lives have been lost, and numerous homes have been devastated. A sturdy, eight-foot-deep concrete wall will be built, similar to the Esplanade. Over the past 40 years, the government has invested millions of pounds in the barrier. But there will always be issues and losses during the monsoon season. In this instance, we emailed the government to ask a question. Next week, we’ll personally meet the impacted parties and ask them to find a solution. We’ll work to bring this issue to the attention of the federal and state governments. The Mogavela community has a large number of waterfront homes. Through our Samithi, we will inform the government about their issue and the demand for concrete walls.
“The prime minister has been notified of the application. It needs to be fixed as soon as feasible. To continue their education there, the students travel there from various locations in the region. There is a lot of misery and pain there. The coast guard should be sent out during the rains to preserve lives. In the event that a student accidently drowns, the relevant rescue services must be informed. I hope the authorities find a solution to this problem quickly.
The purpose of the news conference was described by Nithananda D. Kotian, vice president of Samithi. Surendra Salian Mundkoor, the Honorary Principal Secretary of Samiti, expressed his appreciation.
Chairman of the Devadiga Mahamandala, Chairman of the Karnataka Vishwakarma Association, Chairman of the Thiya Samaja Mumbai Former Chairman Chandrashekar Belchada, Chairman of the Buntara Sangha College Samithi CA I R Shetty, Chairman of the Safalya Seva Sangha, Chairman of the Safalya Seva Samithi, Attorney R M Bhandary, Chairman of the Kulala Sangha Mumbai