The YSR Congress of Andhra Pradesh has given an affidavit in Supreme Court, asks join procedures in Distribution issue of “Freeware”. that elected The petition said it has a responsibility to implement poverty alleviation plans give people Better health care, education and job opportunities. Although these expenses are often categorized as revenue expenses, they have a long term effect in asset creation And the improvement of Quality of Life, YSR Congress argued.
discussion over Free gifts have reached the Supreme Court with Petition by Ashwini Upadhyay of the BJP, defying the promise of Free gifts at election time.
So far, Arvind Kejriwal’s party is a human year – known for Submit for free power and water in states it rules – DMK has appealed ruling in Tamil Nadu join procedures. In their petitions, the two parties strongly opposed the position of the BJP leader.
The petition said though in The current Accounting systemexpenses on Education, health, agriculture and poverty eradication are recognized as revenue expenditure should It is not seen as “wasteful”.
money exchange on Such as social Sectors have huge potential to create and enhance for a long time term human capital and assets of Broad social and economic importance.
The plea also Economists such as Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, and Michael Kramer have been cited – the recipients of 2019 Sveriges Riskbank Award in economic science in The memory of Alfred Nobel.
in series of research Papers, and these economists have reported it government Programs that seek direct conversion of The benefits yielded positive results with Regarding education and health care, the petition said.
YSR . Conference also claimed that bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and beyond rule by her political rival party You have left the state in deep crises.
Moreover, the state share in Central taxes during very difficult year of The 2020-21 ratio was just 29.35 percent, even though the 15th Finance Committee recommended 41 percent.
the petition also He cited a survey conducted by the NABARD All India Rural Financial Inclusion from 2016-2017, which indicated that 76 percent of rural farming families in The state struggling with debtCompared with the national modified of 47 percent.
the petition also He said elected Governments should It has a field of view to take decisions on welfare schemes.