NITI phrases Telangana CM’s resolution to boycott governing council meet unlucky

NITI phrases Telangana CM’s resolution to boycott governing council meet unlucky

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New
Delhi,
Aug
06:

NITI
Aayog
on
Saturday
termed
Telangana
Chief
Minister
Okay
Chandrasekhar
Rao’s
resolution
to
boycott
the
Governing
Council
assembly
on
Sunday
‘unlucky’.

“It
is
unlucky
that
the
Chief
Minister
of
Telangana
has
chosen
not
to
take part
in
the
Governing
Council
assembly
of
NITI
Aayog
to
be
held
on
August
7,”
the
Aayog
stated
in
a
assertion.

NITI terms Telangana CM’s decision to boycott governing council meet unfortunate

Rao
has
determined
to
boycott
the
assembly
of
the
Governing
Council,
which
will
be
chaired
Prime
Minister
Narendra
Modi,
as
a
mark
of
protest
in opposition to
the
alleged
discriminatory
insurance policies
of
the
Centre
in the direction of
the
states.

The
Governing
Council,
it
added,
is
a
discussion board
the place
the
highest
political
management
in
the
nation
at
the
Centre
and
State
ranges
deliberate
on
key
development-related
points
and
agree
on
applicable
final result
oriented
options
for
nationwide
improvement.

The
Telangana
Chief
Minister
on
Saturday
informed
the
Prime
Minister
that
he
will
be
boycotting
the
assembly
as
a
mark
of
protest
in opposition to
the
current
‘discriminating’ pattern
of
the
Centre
in the direction of
the
states.

In
a
strong-worded
letter
to
Modi,
KCR,
as
Rao
is
identified,
stated
India
as
a
sturdy
nation
can
develop
solely
when
the
states
develop.

“…
I
do
not
discover
it
helpful
to
attend
the
seventh
Governing
Council
assembly
of
NITI
Aayog
scheduled
to
be
held
on
August
7,
2022
and
I
am
staying
away
from
it
as
a
mark
of
sturdy
protest
in opposition to
the
current
pattern
of
central
authorities
to
discriminate
in opposition to
the
states
and
not
treating
them
as
equal
companions
in
our
collective
effort
to
make
India
a
sturdy
and
developed
nation,”
Rao
stated
in
the
letter
narrating
a
host
of
causes
for
his
boycotting
the
meet.

NITI
Aayog
in
a
assertion
dismissed
the
costs
levelled
by
Rao.

The
Aayog
stated
a
delegation
led
by
its
Vice
Chairman
met
the
Telangana
Chief
Minister
in
Hyderabad
on
January
21,
2021,
to
talk about
improvement
points
pertaining
to
the
state.

“Extra
just lately,
regardless of
requests
made
by
NITI
Aayog
for
a
assembly,
the
Chief
Minister
did
not
reply,”
it
added.

The
assertion
pointed
out
that
in
preparation
for
the
August
7,
2022,
Governing
Council
assembly,
detailed
consultations
between
the
Centre
and
States,
together with
Telangana,
had been
held
ensuing
in
the
first
Nationwide
Chief
Secretaries
Convention
held
in
Dharamshala
in
June
2022.

“The
allegation
of
Hon’ble
CM
Telangana
that
states
had been
not
co-opted
in
preparation
of
agenda
is
incorrect,”
it
stated.

The
assertion
famous
that
NITI
Aayog
was
set
up
as
an
Establishment
with
the
mandate
of
cooperative
federalism
with
a
premise
that
sturdy
states
make
a
sturdy
nation.

“A
quantity
of
measures
have
already
been
put
in
place
to
work
intently
with
states,”
it
stated,
including
that
in
the
final
12 months
alone
extra
than
30
conferences
have
been
held
with
the
chief
ministers
of
states
by
the
Vice
Chairman,
and
members
of
NITI
Aayog.

The
Prime
Minister
will
chair
the
seventh
Governing
Council
assembly
of
the
NITI
Aayog
which
will
talk about
numerous
points
such
as
crop
diversification,
city
improvement
and
implementation
of
the
Nationwide
Training
Coverage
(NEP).

The
Council,
the
apex
physique
of
NITI
Aayog,
consists of
all
chief
ministers,
lieutenant
governors
of
Union
Territories
and
a number of
Union
ministers.
The
prime
minister
is
the
Chairman
of
NITI
Aayog.
This
will
be
the
first
bodily
assembly
of
the
Council
after
July
2019.

Usually,
a
full
council
assembly
occurs
each
12 months.
Nevertheless,
the
chief
ministers
of
West
Bengal,
Punjab,
Telangana
and
Gujarat
did
not
attend
the
final
Governing
Council’s
assembly
held
in
February
2021.
The
then
Gujarat
CM
Vijay
Rupani
skipped
the
meet
due
to
well being
causes.

The
assembly
was
not
convened
in
2020
due
to
the
coronavirus
pandemic.
The
first
assembly
of
the
council
took
place
on
February
8,
2015.

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