Chief Ministers of Congress-ruled states accuse Center of not giving monetary help

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Amid the lockdown applied within the nation in view of Coronavirus, the Chief Ministers of Congress-ruled states have focused the central authorities on Thursday. The Chief Ministers stated how the nation would win the battle towards Kovid-19 if monetary help was not given.

Chief Ministers of Punjab, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Puducherry known as for a monetary package deal for states to cope with the Kovid-19 epidemic.

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot stated that if the central authorities doesn’t come ahead to assist the states financially, the battle towards Kovid-19 will weaken. Gehlot informed Congress Working Committee (CWC) assembly by video conferencing, "Unless a big financial package will be provided for the states then how will the situation be normal after the lockdown in the state." He added, "We insisted on fast testing however sadly the take a look at kits failed … <! –

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                 There is an pressing want for centralized procurement of kits, ventilators, in order that availability, high quality and amount will be assured. "

Only 10 thousand kits have been discovered instead of one lakh fast kits: CM Amarinder

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh claimed that assets value Rs 4,400 crore of GST haven’t but been launched by the central authorities. "In place of 1 lakh rapid testing kits, we have received only 10,000 China-made test kits and their authenticity is yet to be tested," he stated.

Bhupesh Baghel expressed concern over migrant laborers

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel stated how the battle towards Kovid-19 will probably be gained till the Center reaches the spot and offers monetary help to the states. Baghel stated there may be deep concern within the state over the return of stranded college students and migrant staff in different states.
"There is a need to formulate a policy by the central government for the return of migrant workers and students. Unfortunately, the central government is silent on this issue," he stated.

How will the state survive within the occasion of disaster: Narayanasamy

Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy stated that the Center has not supplied any help to the state. "How will the state survive in the event of a crisis … We are not enemies, but we have to work together," he stated. Narayanasamy stated that the central authorities has not given him Rs 600 crore of GST and Rs 2,200 crore of Finance Commission's share.

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