Yediyurappa targets govt over drought scenario in Karnataka, CM counters


Former chief minister BS Yediyurappa throughout his drought examine tour in Tumkur district on Tuesday criticised the ruling Congress get together in Karnataka, accusing them of leaving the individuals at the hours of darkness in the case of addressing their points.

BS Yediyurappa (ANI)

Talking in Bellavi village, Yediyurappa expressed his issues about Karnataka authorities’s incapability to handle the electrical energy drawback, resulting in dire penalties such because the untimely drying up of millet crops. The BJP chief additionally raised issues in regards to the authorities releasing water to Tamil Nadu on the expense of offering consuming water to its residents.

“I’ve taken a state tour with the aim of understanding the plight of the individuals, and I’m not being attentive to anybody’s phrases. The current authorities has suspended the Kisan Samman scheme ,which was carried out by our authorities,” he stated.

“From the inspection to this point, I see large-scale destruction of crops. There’s a lack of seeds and the farmers are in a dire scenario. They’re involved about their future. No minister has come right here to take inventory of the scenario and console the farmers,” the BJP chief added.

Yediyurappa, who convened a gathering with entrepreneurs in Tumkur district, highlighted the plight of small and medium industries which are on the point of closure as a consequence of energy points. “After chatting with them I realised that a lot of the small and medium industries have reached the purpose of closure as a consequence of electrical energy difficulty. Nobody has taken any motion relating to the issues confronted by the industries,” he stated.

The BJP chief additionally stated that after the tour, he’ll examine all the problems and submit a report back to the federal government and attempt to remedy the issues of farmers and other people.

Reacting to Yediyurappa’s feedback, chief minister Siddaramaiah questioned the BJP’s drought examine tour and prompt that they need to have interaction with the Union authorities to safe reduction funds for the state promptly. Siddaramaiah additionally identified the delays in receiving drought reduction funds from the Centre and questioned the BJP’s real concern for the state and its farmers. “Allow them to do it. The Central workforce has already come and studied the drought scenario. It has not but submitted the report back to the Union authorities. Right here, the BJP, for the sake of politics, are saying that they’ll go on a drought examine tour,” he stated.

The chief minister additional urged BJP leaders to advocate for the state in Delhi, the place the Central authorities might launch much-needed reduction funds. “Let the BJP leaders go to the Union authorities as a substitute, and be sure that the state bought drought reduction funds on the earliest,” he instructed reporters in Bengaluru.

“The Central workforce has already studied the scenario. We’ve additionally studied. Allow them to examine. I don’t have any objection. I’m not saying that they need to not examine, but it surely’s been lengthy since we despatched the memorandum to the Union authorities in search of reduction, and the Central workforce visiting the state. They [Central team] haven’t but given the report and the Union authorities has not but launched reduction,” he added.

Declaring that the state had sought a drought reduction of 17,900 crore as per norms, whereas the precise loss was to the tune of 33,700 crore, Siddaramaiah stated if BJP leaders have been involved in regards to the state’s villages, farmers, and Karnataka, allow them to be sure that the state acquired the reduction funds on the earliest.

“There are 25 MPs [of the BJP from the state]. Allow them to sit there [in Delhi] and get it completed,” he stated, alleging that the involved Union ministers didn’t even give an appointment to the state’s ministerial workforce that had gone to Delhi to fulfill them and apprise them of the scenario.

Siddaramaiah additionally responded to criticism from JD(S) president HD Kumaraswamy, who alleged that the drought survey was not performed scientifically. The chief minister prompt that such issues ought to be directed on the Union authorities, because the Central workforce was chargeable for the survey. “Who did the survey? The Central workforce comes below whom? Let him blame the Union authorities for stating that they haven’t completed it scientifically,” the chief minister stated.

The Karnataka authorities had beforehand knowledgeable a 10-member inter-ministerial central workforce (IMCT), visiting the state in October, that it was dealing with a “inexperienced drought” and highlighted the severity of the scenario.



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