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Full budget after the Lok Sabha elections

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Full budget after the Lok Sabha elections

admin1 January 12, 2019
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Chief Minister KCR said that the State Government has decided to introduce the voteon Account Budget in the state as the central government introduces the voteon Account Budget. In the next April and May, Lok Sabha elections will be held and then a full budget will be introduced. The SLMs have been asked to give full training to the surpluses and sub-serpents in the ongoing Gram Panchayat elections in February, March, April and May and give them a thorough understanding of the villages. He said the new law should send a Telugu copy of the village panchayat to the serpents on the newly created legislation aimed at raising green sanitation and hygiene in the villages. The newly recruited Panchayat Secretaries and the Serbs need to provide the necessary understanding to work together, and the serpents should not be a stereotypical form of movement, but also to move into the movement of mobilizers. On Friday, Chief Minister KCR was reviewed on the issue of training of serpents and panchayat secretaries in Pragati Bhawan. Government Chief Advisor Rajiv Sharma, MLAs Vemba Prashant Reddy, Marri Janardhan Reddy, Kalai Yadayya, SP Office Secretary Bhupal Reddy and others participated. Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said, “The state panchayat polls are going on in the state. The panchayat secretary for every village is taking appointments. The role of serpent and secretary in rural development is crucial. There is some delay in handling the duties and responsibilities of each village inevitably. The state government will introduce the Opponent Account Budget this time. After the Lok Sabha elections, we will introduce a full-fledged budget. It is possible to allocate funds to the panchayats. Allow surpluses and secretaries to give full training to the development of rural workforce. Telangana Rural Development Organization, MHRD, ASK and other institutions should be trained, “the CEO said.

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