It issued an order dated June 8 disbanding the group, set up in April 2016 by the previous Congress government, with immediate effect.
The order noted that the Bengaluru Vision Group, headed by the Chief Minister, was only an advisory committee, in which businessmen, experts and those who have concern for the city were nominated.
It added that the Bengaluru Metropolitan Planning Committee was a constitutionally recognised body comprising 70 to 80 members with maximum public representatives.
"This committee has the responsibility to prepare the development plan of this city, the government order said.
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