Chief Minister Hemant Soren states that the central government is not providing the due amount of 1.36 lakh crore rupees to Jharkhand
Chief Minister Hemant Soren has expressed his concerns over the fact that the central government is repeatedly denying Jharkhand its due amount of 1.36 lakh crore rupees. This pending amount has been accumulating since the independence of the country.
The outstanding payment from the central government has been a long-standing issue for Jharkhand
Jharkhand has been grappling with this pending amount from the central government for a significant period of time. Despite repeated requests and demands, the state has not received the full amount it is owed, leading to financial difficulties and challenges in developmental projects.
The Chief Minister highlights the financial burden faced by Jharkhand due to the unpaid amount
Hemant Soren emphasizes the adverse impact of the unpaid amount on the financial situation of Jharkhand. The state is burdened with this debt, which hinders its ability to execute various initiatives for the welfare and progress of its people. The central government’s failure to release the funds adds to the financial strain of the state.
The issue of the pending amount needs immediate attention and resolution
It is crucial for the central government to address and resolve the issue of the pending amount owed to Jharkhand. This will not only alleviate the financial burden on the state but also enable it to undertake crucial developmental projects and provide better services to its citizens. The Chief Minister calls for urgent action from the central government to resolve this long-standing issue.
झारखंड के मुख्यमंत्री हेमंत सोरेन ने बताया है कि केंद्र सरकार ने झारखंड के बकाया राशि को मांगने के बावजूद 1.36 लाख करोड़ रुपये नहीं दी है। इस राशि को आजादी के बाद से ही मांगा जा रहा है।