(New Delhi – Andhra Pradesh): Funding all over the center The power of state schemes! What is wrong, what is the right to say that is big! Judge of judgments on performance In one piece, the ‘scheme’ to make the states depend on themselves! There is a strong campaign that the Center is trying to hold on the states as well as the most developed states in the form of recommendations of the 15th Finance Commission. There is a strategy to implement the sponsored programs that are credited to the government at the Center, which is cutting welfare programs in the states.
The terms of reference for the 15th Finance Commission recommendations are in the same sense as the Prime Minister. The southern states were deeply upset when the financial sector declaration was announced. Mainly due to the relocation of the population based on the population distribution from 1971 to 2011. This is to punish the successive states in the control of the population. Later, Punjab and Bengal also protested.
The states have claimed that the financial community has a policy of cutting across a number of welfare schemes implemented by the States, as discriminatory and politically popular schemes. The 15th Finance Commission also hopes to decide whether they should be in a popular scheme or not. Economists question whether a state government decides what is needed for their people. There is no power to decide whether a plan is a popular scheme. “Whether a state loan waiver is announced or subsidies, the center can make them popular populations. Sarkar may feel that the states should walk in accordance with the directions of the Center, “said 14th Finance Commission member Abhijit Sen. Ten states, including Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, have been affected due to the 2011 census. The Center may introduce popular schemes but states that the state does not have that power, another member of the 14th Finance Summit Govindrao questioned.
“Is it not a popular decision if the decision to give Rs 80,000 crore to the losers has been lost when thousands of lenders looted thousands of crores? Qatketana is the only banking bank that is based on government decisions and the amount of taxes people pay? ”
42 percent review
The 15th Finance Commission hopes to revise the revenue deficit and revise 42 percent share of taxes. In fact, the Modi government has made a huge boost to increase the stake in the shareholders from 32 to 42 percent. There is a resentment in the states on preparing for the review. The Prime Minister’s Office has played a key role in the creation of the 15th Finance Consortium, the official sources said. All the states that have fallen under the provisions of this rule are under the rule of an-BJP parties. Assam is the only exception.
It seems that Modi is strategically moving towards bringing these states under control. The Center has rejected these allegations. “We have suggested giving incentives to the demographic states,” the Prime Minister said in Tamil Nadu. But this is not the case in the 15th Finance Commission. And how to trust Modi? 42 percent share of taxes,
Again the Political Commission
The Modi government has appointed NK Singh as chairman of the 15th Finance Commission. He is a member of the Planning Commission, who has served as Secretary of Revenue and Expenditure. However, NK Singh later became a political leader. JD (U) was first elected to the Rajya Sabha. Later he joined the BJP. JD (U), a key role in BJP do NK Singh as chairman of the 15th Finance Commission is the key factor with Modi.
The tradition of appointing a person in the Rajya Kyas as a Finance Commission has been appointed by the economists unrelated to politics for almost two decades. NK Singh’s appointment to the Indians has been criticized by the BJP for putting politics again.