Taking note of the state’s poor financial position, NPCC has hit out at the state government saying it is “paralyzed and frustrated”.
In a press note, NPCC president K. Therie said that the state government “cannot do anything even to maintain potholes, broken windows, doors, pay salaries for those that work, deliver MGNREGA, PDS, ICDS, Old age pension and other national flagship schemes”.
NPCC said those at the helm of affairs have not been able to come out with the works program for the last few years, but travel in the most expensive SUVs for their comfort, luxury, style and leisure.
Traveling all around world at the cost of tax payers to learn, while the public hope that they would change the state into the likeness of the foreign nations they have visited, NPCC however alleged that they come back home and start counting their commissions for the next travel to enjoy the beauty of other’s creation.
NPCC rather advised the government to reduce deficit and the story of Civil Deposit, improve resources and fiscal management. Therie said that if the government had no option with the BJP, it needed to seriously decide on taking austerity measures.
“Reduce luxury, style, leisure and unproductive expenditures. There is no moral right to spend tax payers’ money without work,” he opined. Therie further suggested removal of parliamentary secretaries, advisers, chairmen, escort vehicles and body guards. He also said LAPD, re-employees, backdoor appointments, bogus employees, backdoor appointees and bogus pensions needed to be removed.
While asking the government to open job avenues for the youth, NPCC said this way there could be free competition, where merit would be the law of justice and equality.