Former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has lashed out on the BJP within the State and mentioned that the current authorities had stopped all pro-poor schemes and welfare programmes began by the Congress.
Seaking at Tirumalapura in Mandya district on Friday, Mr.Siddaramaiah questioned the gathering whether or not such a authorities which “lacked empathy” with the poor needs to be re-elected and claimed that when he was the Chief Minister for five years no fingers had been ever pointed at his administration.
‘’We had fulfilled extra guarantees than these made within the election manifesto and had rolled out 158 welfare programmes, 30 greater than what was promised’’, mentioned Mr.Siddaramaiah. The advantages of the schemes reached each part of the society transcending all caste and spiritual boundaries, he added.
Mr. Siddaramaiah lashed out on the BJP for ‘’mismanagement’’ and mentioned that since two years scholarship for college kids haven’t been disbursed and added that such complaints have been acquired by him from the scholar neighborhood itself. ‘’The BJP has misplaced all ethical proper to speak in regards to the welfare of the poor, having stopped a lot of the programmes’’, mentioned Mr. Siddaramaiah.
The previous CM additionally alleged that although funds had been introduced for Mysugar manufacturing unit, they had been but to be launched and the BJP had reneged on its promise.
The BJP has come to energy by means of the backdoor maneuvering and deceit and therefore needs to be thrown out.. If the Congress is re-elected all pro-poor and public welfare programmes might be resumed, he added.