Vinod Kumar Writes Letter To Union FM Nirmala
Hyderabad, March.2 (Maxim News): State planning commission deputy chairman Vinod Kumar wrote a letter to Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and expressed his discontent at deliberate attempt to ignore Telangana state.
He objected to the Centre for not giving quantum of loan amounts to the youngest state of India.
In the letter the former MP informed the finance minister that the Centre is not giving equal or adequate loan in the scheme meant for people. The TRS leader charged that the Centre is giving Mudra loans more to the BJP ruled states and denying the same to Telangana state.
Instead of 68 lakhs of people the Centre so far gave the loans for 40.9 lakhs people he deplored. What about the rest of 20 lakhs people and small traders who are awaiting the Mudra loans he asked.
The centre should give remaining loans through proper sanction of the funds he demanded. The Centre should take a call to offer personal loans under Mudra scheme and enable the poor do their businesses at a small level, he added.
The former MP said that the loans have to be offered through needs and banks in the state.
The loans he said have to be offered to small traders who are eligible and people to start their small businesses he said. This sort of discouragement will not be good for the country for federal policies. (Maxim News)