Mangaluru: Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) is the executive chairman Salim ahmed Demanded the state government to issue a white paper on expenditure while purchasing PPE kits, sanitizers and masks Kovid-19 crisis.
He said that the speaker should allow the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), headed by chairman HK Patil, to investigate the misappropriation of alleged funds in the purchase of PPE kits and other items in Karnataka.
“We have been supporting the government in the fight against Kovid-19 for the last two months. We have told Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa that our fight is against the epidemic and not against the government.
As a major opposition party, we have Is ours. ” Own responsibility. Although we are suggesting, the government is not listening to us. Instead, BJP leaders are busy fighting each other, while the vested interests between them are indulging in corruption. However, the PAC expressed a desire to investigate. Corruption in the purchase of PPE kits and other items in the state, the speaker has refused permission.
KPCC has already demanded a special package of Rs 50,000 crore to resolve the crisis in the state. Telangana and Kerala have announced special packages worth Rs 30,000 crore and Rs 20,000 crore respectively.
Although only 2,500 packages were announced by Karnataka, but it has not yet been fully released, he said that the BJP government is seeking to issue a white paper on corruption.
The government has been a complete failure, but the Congress has constituted a Working Committee under the leadership of Ramesh Kumar, including all former health ministers.
A state-level control room headed by former minister Krishna Byre Gowda is working to help the people. RV Deshpande, a former minister, meanwhile, is leading a team to guide the government on financial matters to Karnataka.