Urging the voters within the 5 poll-bound states “not to fall prey” to the Congress ensures, former Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy on Sunday stated that the Congress ensures in Karnataka had failed and had not reached the beneficiaries correctly.
“The Congress has misled the people of Karnataka. The four guarantees of Gruha Lakshmi, Gruha Jyothi, Shakti and Anna Bhagya have not reached all. Yuvanidhi has not started yet. The Congress is trying to mislead people of the five states,” the previous Chief Minister informed presspersons in Bengaluru. He stated that it was his accountability to warn individuals of the professionals and cons of Congress ensures. “The temporary Chief Minister (Chief Minister Siddaramaiah) and duplicate Chief Minister (Deputy CM D.K. Shivakumar) are assuring guarantees in Telangana. Congress is running its election in five states with money from Karnataka,” he added.
The former Chief Minister stated that ensures have been detailed in six months after elections. “The treasury is empty and development has suffered. Ruling party members are up in arms. How will the government manage for the next four and a half years. When the situation is like this in Karnataka, how can the guarantees be implemented in Telangana?” Mr. Kumaraswamy stated that the implementation of Shakti scheme without cost journey for ladies has led to kids travelling in earth movers whereas auto and cab drivers have misplaced their livelihood. “Congress wants to extend such a scheme to the rest of the country.”
The former Chief Minister additionally stated that within the identify of ensures, Congress leaders are guaranteeing fee to their pockets. “If voters of these five states do not wake up to fake guarantees, it will affect their lives. The Congress government is making efforts to raise a debt of ₹85,815 crore while during my 20-month tenure, a loan of ₹3,500 crore was raised. Mr. Siddaramaiah has raised a total loan of ₹2.45 lakh crore during his earlier tenure. Currently, the total loan of the State now stands at ₹5,71 lakh crore. Every year, we have to pay ₹56,000 crore. He has no moral right to speak about the Centre raising loans,” he stated, asking if the identical mannequin is being prolonged to Telengana.
Mr. Kumaraswamy stated that assets from Karnataka is being spent in different states and that the Karnataka authorities will not be bothered about addressing the issues of the State.