Is Kumaraswamy prime minister to say 'state will not get flood relief funds', asks CM Yediyurappa


Daijiworld Media Network - Chitradurga (MS)

Chitradurga, Oct 7: “Is former CM H D Kumaraswamy is the prime minister of the country to announce that no flood relief funds will be given by the center in the second phase?” questioned an irate B S Yediyurappa, chief minister of Karnataka.

Yediyurappa spoke to the scribes as he had come to partake in the Sharana Sanskriti Utsava of the Muruga Math. He further said, "The central government has released Rs 1,200 crore for flood relief as the first instalment. Former CM Kumaraswamy is giving statements out of frustration. He is unsatisfied and unhappy also. Kumaraswamy is the former chief minister of Karnataka. He should talk irresponsibly. The decision on providing flood relief to the state is in the hands of Prime Minister Narendra Modi or H D Kumaraswamy?"

"As a first instalment Rs 1,200 crore is sent to the state from the center. In the month of November and December more funds will be released by the central government. The crop lost by the farmers will be assessed and compensation will be distributed accordingly," said Yediyurappa.

  

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  • JL, Mangaluru Smart City

    Tue, Oct 8 2019

    No need to be a PM to know that. Any tom dick and harry can know.

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  • PenMightierThanTheSword!, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Sorry funds have been given to Mukesh Ambani Reliance Group the main culprit for Economy slow down & behind Bank NPA in India.
    Credit Sussie has red flagged Reliance Industries 65 Billion US Dollar debt.
    One Billion US Dollar is around 7200 Crores as per dollar exchange rate of the day. In total the debt of Mukesh Ambani (what is officially known of course, there are other debts hidden off balance sheets and in obscure companies) is a massive 4,68,000 Crores.
    Now assuming that he is paying an average of 10% interest on this debt, his yearly interest payment on this debt is 46,800 Crores. Divide this by 365 and you get 128 odd crores per day or about 5.33 Crores per hour. Does he or his companies earn that kind of money? I doubt.
    No wonder Credit Sussie has red flagged this debt.
    Mukesh Ambani is also aware of this dangerous situation. That is why he has put up 25% of his company's stake for sale. He is trying to sell assets that he created out of this debt.
    It is not a fire sale as yet but it could become a fire sale soon.
    Soon Mukesh Ambani will learn the hard way that the banker is a person who lends his umbrella to someone till it is not raining and wants it back immediately as soon as it starts to rain. ............
    Also with lakhs of crores Rupees debt to Indian banks , Mukesh Ambanis Reliance industries is main culprit behind mounting NPA of our banking system itself...This is stated as one among major reason for economic slow down forecasted in India....

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  • abdul munim, mangaluru

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    It is crystal clear from the way the flood relief funds are delayed that Karnataka BJP has no dum in front of Daku and Feku.

    The two robbers will not give any money to south Indian states. They are only bothered about Gujjuland.

    People who said that they have voted for Modi have to think 1000 times.

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  • I wish I was there, Bahrain

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Funds are kept for the next rainy season. Modi always know how to play with people.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Atlanta

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Show us the Funds ...

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  • TRS, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    It would sound better if CM comments after we get funds. Let the funds come then you talk

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  • Gangaram, Moodbidri

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    PM bokka CM budle .... dudde epa korpar panle......

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  • S N BANGs, Thannirubhavi

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Kumarrana may be knowing this because Phone tapping is still going on.

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  • Dsouza, Mudarangadi/Udupi

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Politics is the mirror of its peoples, our politics shows our images only.

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