Centre’s remarks in opposition to freebies faulted

Centre’s remarks in opposition to freebies faulted

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Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) chief and MLC Okay. Kavitha has hit again strongly on the Centre’s remarks made in opposition to freebies to the poor and mentioned welfare schemes for poor persons are not freebies however writing off enormous loans taken by corporates are precise freebies.

She acknowledged that that there have been about 250 welfare schemes for the poor being applied by the TRS authorities in Telangana. They have been launched as a duty of the State authorities in direction of the poor, she mentioned in an announcement issued on Tuesday.

Stating that there was a pattern throughout the nation terming welfare schemes as “freebies”, Ms. Kavitha mentioned that the Centre had began exerting stress on the State governments to cease such schemes.

“We’re in opposition to this angle. The welfare of poor folks is the first duty of any authorities. I consider {that a} freebie is what the BJP authorities on the Centre has finished within the current years — writing off ₹10 lakh crore debt of company firms, dupe businesses and industrial homes,” she mentioned.

The welfare of weaker sections may by no means be a freebie, nevertheless it was the social duty of the elected governments, the TRS chief mentioned and requested the intelligentsia to rise to the event and oppose the voice that was being generated in opposition to the welfare of the poor.

She famous that India was a various nation with folks from all backgrounds. It was the duty of the elected governments to assist the weaker sections to interrupt the cycle of poverty and brig them on the trail of progress. A number of State governments have been working in that path and the Centre was not anticipated to create any hurdles in such work, she felt.

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