CM Siddaramaiah: Govt implemented guarantees to provide justice to underprivileged

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Chief Minister Siddaramaiah speaking at the Kaginele Gurupeetha Sansthana Mutt in Mysuru on Monday evening.

MYSURU: Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has said that the government’s five guarantee schemes and others are reaching people belonging to all castes and religions and that these schemes have been implemented to provide justice to the underprivileged.

He was speaking at the felicitation organised by Jagadguru Sri Revanasiddeswara Siddasimhasana Sri Kaginele Mahasansthan Kanaka Gurupeetha Mutt in Mysuru on Monday.

“People belonging to backward castes, Dalits, and minorities should come to the mainstream. More than 70 crore women have travelled under Shakti scheme for free. This scheme boosts tourism, economic activity and increases the GDP of the state. Per capita income of the state has also increased. Each eligible beneficiary family is provided with Rs 50,000 to 60,000 annually by the government which results in financial empowerment of the family”, he said.

The CM said that guarantee schemes are successfully implemented due to blessings of the people. “Other political parties make politically motivated allegations. The opposition parties are only making allegations, which are not true”, he said.

Siddaramaiah recalled that it has been 50 years since he entered politics. “With the blessings of the people, I got an opportunity to become the Chief Minister for the second time”, he said. The CM said that he will respect all castes and religions as mentioned in the Constitution and make sincere efforts to be secular and stand up for the sections that are deprived of social justice. (ANI)

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