‘There is no scheme that is free for all, this is people’s money’


Priyank Kharge stated that there is no free-for-all system and that the Congress will implement the five election promises with “terms and conditions.”Priyank Kharge, Karnataka’s Minister for Rural Development and Panchayat Raj (RDPR) and IT/BT and the son of Congress national president Mallikarjun Kharge, said on Friday that the party will implement all five election promises, but that each scheme will be subject to “rules and regulations.” He also stated that there is no free-for-all scheme.

“We have the blueprint for the five guarantees, and we will complete it as soon as possible.” Every government plan, whether national or state, has its own set of rules and regulations. There is no free-for-all scheme, but we will implement it,” he told reporters at Bengaluru’s Vidhana Soudha.He also asserted that the government will spend taxpayer money and that every rupee should be spent after a public vote. “This is people’s money, tax money paid by people; even if only one rupee is to be spent, it should be put in front of the people, and the criteria should be established and followed.”True, the financial weight will be borne by the implementation of five guarantees, but we will demonstrate how the Congress can turn the unthinkable into doable,” he continued.He went on to say that the pledges would be subject to “terms and conditions.” “Show me a single scheme, whether from the federal or state governments, that operates without any criteria.” We shall define the terms and conditions. The standards must be ready. “We will implement guarantee schemes based on specific criteria,” he stated.

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