Bhubaneswar – Today, the Pradesh Congress President Niranjan Patnaik has called on the Chief Minister to brief the people of the state on the current financial situation in the state through a press conference.
Of the various financial cuts that the state government has imposed in the name of economic discipline over Covid, it is doubtful that the current financial situation in the state is good. However, the incumbent chief minister, who has been in power for 20 years, has always claimed to have strengthened the state’s economy. It would be a mistake to think that financial disclosure will only lead to the closure of the government-appointed process. The state government has launched the “Kalia Yojana” to raise money from emergency water and has now added it to the Central Kishan Sanmana Yojana due to water shortages due to the delayed elections. Cakes and LED balls are like batting. Due to its popularity and the election-centric plan, the state of the economy is in shambles today, and the state is in a state of financial turmoil.
Mr. Patnaik, in his constructive advice to the state government, said:
- We should immediately start the recruitment process by reducing the number of posts that need to be filled in which department.
- In Odisha, in the Maharashtra and Haryana districts, 80 to 85 per cent of the educated educated unemployed young people in the private sector should be able to save their jobs.
- We are optimistic that the government will show a strong commitment to the elimination of alcohol taxes by protecting the tax base in the private sector.
- Subhuti, a laborer, a Tangi, a currency trader, writes Rs 7,500 a month for the next six months. And because there is no king, let the government give a discount to the poor and marginalized people living in urban and rural areas of the state from the annual binary team.
Mr. Patnaik is hopeful that the government will take the issues seriously and pay any attention to them.