Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (JD)
Udupi, March 5: “CM Bommaih did not include any sanctions for Udupi district in the 2022-23 budget after knowing that only emotional factors are winning votes for BJP in the coastal region,” said Congress leader Vinay Kumar Sorake .
“Udupi district has been completely ignored by CM Bommaih. There is no plan to develop the economic level of the people. The amount of state GST which is to be received from the central government has been ignored and is not taken into account in the budget plan. The budget assessment is increased according to the amount received from the central government. There was a request for the initiation of Narayanaguru Corporation, but only four boarding schools were sanctioned. The government Siddaramaiha had provided 100 crores for minorities but BJP cut all funds what did Udupi get even after having 5 MPs, two ministers, central minister and even after having an influential leader like BL Santhosh?” he asked.
On the other hand, Udupi District BJP Chairman Kuilady Suresh Naik said the fiscal budget for 2022-23 is a balanced budget giving importance to education, employment and education. empowerment. He said: “No additional tax has been levied. Greater importance is given to administrative development. Subsidy for Kashi pilgrimage, APJ Abdul Kalam boarding school, free tutoring for NEET students, Narayanaguru boarding school each For Udupi and Dakshina Kannada districts, the Punyakoti adoption program for cow perseverance is expected to have good results in the coming days,” he said.
Pejawar Sri Sri Vishwaprasanna Theertha Swamiji welcomed the budget with joy. In a press release, he said, “Increasing the number of goshalas and increasing subsidies for existing goshalas is a very good decision. The increase in the appointment of veterinarians is also impressive. We are happy to receive this news. The salaries of temple priests and the establishment of cancer hospitals is a noble decision of the government,” he said.
CPI(M) Udupi District said that CM Bommaih, who was the minister in charge of Udupi District, had forgotten about the district in a short time. In a press release, Balakrishna Shetty, Secretary of CPI(M) Udupi said: “A very long-term demand of the Udupi people to have a government medical college has been ignored. There is no mention of the redevelopment of Brahmavar sugar factory. No plan has been drafted to provide jobs for youths. 6 MPs and 2 BJP ministers failed to pressure their own government,” he said .
The fiscal budget of 2022-23 has drawn mixed opinions in Udupi as no notable sanctions have been received for the district.