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    Harish Rao

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    Harish Rao

    Hyderabad: Telangana Finance Minister T Harish Rao on Sunday composed a letter to Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman asking Centre to move Rs 495 cr CSS funds which were incorrectly moved to Andhra Pradesh.

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    He remembered that Telangana State government had actually composed numerous letters however thus far Centre has actually not reacted on it.

    Last year in June, the state government launched information of just how the Centre has actually been providing a step-motherly therapy to the state by not launching funds which was because of it. According to the main information, the Centre owes Rs 34,149 crore as give because of Telangana.

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    According to Finance Minister T Harish Rao, the Centre not just enforced limitations on the state from looking for loanings from banks and also was not providing any type of support to the description provided by the state government on the arguments elevated by the Centre on loanings. The Centre had actually rejected a total amount of Rs 817. 61 crore gives advised by the 15th Finance Commission to the Rural and also Urban Local Bodies which were likewise approved by the Union government, the minister claimed.

    The file launched by him exposed that the city regional bodies alone were qualified for Rs 502.29 crore gives. As per the AP Reorganisation Act, the Centre would certainly need to launch Rs 1,350 crore gives for the development of in reverse areas for 5 fiscal years from 2019-2020 to 2022-2023. The 15th Finance Commission referral of an unique give of Rs 723 crore as tax obligation devolution for 2020-2021 monetary year was likewise pending, the record claimed. The gives Rs 171 crore (Nutrition), Rs 3,024 crore field details gives and also Rs 2,350 crore state details gives advised by the 15th Finance Commission for the upkeep of Mission Bhagiratha were likewise declined till the day, Harish Rao claimed.

    The referral of Niti Aayog to assent Rs 19,205 crore for Mission Bhagiratha and also Rs 5,000 crore to Mission Kakatiya was still theoretically. The Centre’s share of CSS (Centrally-Sponsored Scheme) totaling up to Rs 495 crore in the initial year of the development of Telangana was launched to Andhra Pradesh and also it is yet to be brought back. Harish claimed an additional Rs 1,013 crore gives for country and also city bodies for 2021-2022 was likewise pending. Harish boiled down greatly on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also Union Home Minister Amit Shah for not launching the gives. He affirmed that the PM and also Amit Shah gone to Telangana and also did not discuss the launch of the gives to the state. The Centre neglected the Finance Commission’s suggestions and also denied the state of funds to proceed the development programs in towns and also towns, he included.

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