TS Budget a jugglery of numbers
Bhongir: BJP leader Gudur Narayana Reddy on Wednesday explained the state spending plan as strange as it was not practical as well as theoretical.
In a media declaration, he claimed that the spending plan offered by Finance Minister T Harish Rao in the Assembly on February 6 was simply a video game of numbers. “The government could not justify the numbers it has mentioned in the budget as they were hypothetical,” he claimed.
The BJP leader claimed that the yearly financing declaration of the state government, which has a great deal of significance, has actually stopped working to excite any individual in the state. He claimed, “It seems that the government considered the presentation of the budget as just an obligatory ritual and completed it without care.”
The BJP leader claimed that the spending plan fell short to forecast the State as an occurring one as well as likewise fell short to produce a mood of positive outlook amongst the financiers.
The spending plan includes absolutely nothing which would certainly make sure development of the economic climate of the state.
He claimed that the State government under the management of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has actually attempted to pump up the spending plan with theoretical numbers.
There was no compound in the yearly financing declaration, he included.
“If the budget figures of the State government for the past 9 years are taken into consideration, the government never met, except two times, the estimated revenues or the estimated expenditure,” he claimed.Narayana Reddy claimed that though the government has actually offered a budget plan of Rs 2.56 lakh crore for the monetary year 2022-23, the expense might not go across Rs 2.37 lakh crore.
The expense might fall except Rs 19,000 crore. In similarly, the government can not invest the whole spending plan being introduced in the FY 2023-24.
On the various other hand, the State government has actually been striving at fault the Centre for the absence of development of the State claiming that the Centre was not providing funds.