Allegations of Congressional government embezzling panchayat funds “baseless”: KCR
HYDERABAD: Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao attended the assembly session on Friday and gave clarifications on the central fund. Strongly opposing allegations made by members of Congress regarding the use of central funds, he said the allegations were “baseless and false.” Refuting claims by opposition parties, he reiterated that panchayat funds had never been misappropriated. During Question Time, Congressmen Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka, Sridhar Babu and Seethakka raised questions about the distribution of Panchayat Raj funds and the problems faced by sarpanches due to insufficient funds.
The chief minister said congressional allegations of the embezzlement of panchayat funds are “baseless”. He advised them not to speak in a bad way with false information in the congregation. He said the government made the sarpanches proud across the country by changing villages.
âWe have seen many such incidents in rural areas where people have died from drinking contaminated water. We have solved this problem by providing drinking water to all households in the villages, âhe said. Panchayats elected unanimously and it was not even mentioned in the law. Recalling that MPs’ salaries were withheld during the Covid crisis, the CM claimed that the funds were paid to the panchayats on time. âReceiving funds from the panchayat is a constitutional right of the state, but not at the mercy of the Center. Over the past 10 years, the Congressional government has spent an average of Rs 4 for each person, while the TRS government spends Rs 650. Many previous governments are also in debt.
Seventy-five countries call for global solidarity for vaccine equity
Yogi Fee Ordinance: If two sisters study in the same schools, then the school should waive the fee for one.
ISIS-K took responsibility for the murder of Sikh doctor Satnam Singh