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Mysuru: ‘Cong has copied our Government’s schemes’

CM Bommai
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Mysuru: “We are providing a complete health kit with 5 kg of rice, 5 kg of millets and half a litre of Nandini milk in the ration. We are giving this package so that the economically weaker sections get good food,” said Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.

He was speaking to the media ahead of a public roadshow in Mysuru on Monday May 1. “Our plan is to support the farmers by purchasing all the millets, including jowar and ragi, from them. It also provides nutritious food. Giving milk results in large-scale purchases from farmers and they get support to produce. We have made this plan after comprehensive thought. Millet production is getting a lot of incentives. When the price was low, ragi is being distributed in the ration, and hence there is more production and a better price is also available, he said.

CM Bommai said that all this will be included in our Poshan Abhiyana.

“Congress have not done even 65% of the projects announced by them. Let them give me a report card first. Since Covid came in our time, we have made some modifications and given new schemes. I have said this in the Assembly also. I had announced free bus travel for girl students and working women in the budget itself. I had said 75 units of free electricity to an SC/ST family, which is what the Congress has copied,” sais Bommai.

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