There is no “education and health” in Rewari culture
In fact, the ‘free gift culture’ issued in the form of election promises, which PM Modi has called Revadi culture, is constantly in the headlines. Amid the controversy, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on Saturday targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said that “education and health” cannot be placed in the category of Rewari culture. Stalin said that spending on health and education is done for the benefit of the poor. “Some people have now come forward suggesting that there should be no free gifts,” news agency PTI quoted Stalin as saying. Although Stalin has not named PM Modi or BJP, his statement is being seen as an indirect reference to Modi.
Politics for free…
The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister was at Arulmigu Kapaleshwar College of Arts and Sciences in his Kolathur constituency in Chennai on Saturday. Stalin had said in college, expenditure on education and health cannot be called free. Education is related to knowledge. Medicine is related to health. Regarding the priority of the DMK government in Tamil Nadu, Stalin said, the government wants to implement appropriate welfare schemes for education and health. DMK president Stalin, however, refrained from elaborating on his statement. He said, ‘If I speak more, it will become politics. So I don’t want to talk about it any more.”
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Where did the ‘Rewari culture’ controversy start?
Significantly, Prime Minister Modi had recently criticized the political practice of giving free gifts for electoral victories at an event in UP’s Bulandshahr, saying such moves would take away the “rights of our children” and make the country independent. will prevent from
CJI Ramana said, it is important to know the effect of ‘free’
It is also interesting that the Center and the non-BJP-ruled states are facing each other over the free culture of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Delhi. The Supreme Court is hearing a public interest petition in this case. During the hearing on Thursday, the top court said that not all welfare schemes can be considered free. The court termed the ridiculous promises made during the election season as a ‘serious issue’ and said there should be financial discipline. A bench headed by CJI NV Ramana said a debate should be initiated to ‘assess the impact of the exemption’ on the economy of both states and taxpayers.
War of words between BJP and AAP
Let it be known that during the free speech during the elections, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Friday that the Center is trying to spread fear by claiming that the welfare schemes will destroy the country. There is a war of words between BJP and AAP over giving free stuff to Rewari or public. After Sisodia’s statement, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said on Friday, AAP’s national convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s only agenda is to establish his supremacy in India. That’s why Kejriwal is ‘lying…’ about free.
AAP reached the Supreme Court, what is the stand of the court
It is also interesting that ‘AAP’ is the only political party which has approached the Supreme Court during the free gift case hearing. During the hearing of the PIL, the central government has argued that the court should give directions to stop the election promises. Although the court has reportedly made it clear in its oral comments that the scope of the court is limited, the Election Commission or the government should consider making laws or rules in this regard. It has also been said in the news that during the hearing of the case, the court has also questioned the seriousness of the Election Commission. The Election Commission’s counsel in the Supreme Court got into an uproar when a bench of CJI Ramana asked how your side reaches the media before filing an affidavit in court. ,