BANGALORE: The four Union Ministers representing the state, including External Affairs Minister S M Krishna and Union Corporate Affairs Minister Veerappa Moily, who were assigned responsibility to oversee the functioning of the party organisation in four revenue divisions of the state would review on the spending of the Central funds released to state on various schemes.
Informing reporters here on Saturday, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee president G Parameshwar said every year the Centre releases funds to provide employment, procure food grains for the poor and to ensure better health services for rural poor.
Charging the BJP government of creating a financial mess in the state by diverting funds allotted by the Central government for purposes other than it was intended for, the KPCC president said that it would continue monitoring to ensure that the funds get utilised properly.
“Union Minister for Corporate Affairs M Veerappa Moily, who has been assigned with the task of strenghthening the party in the Gulbarga revenue division comprising Gulbarga, Bidar, Yadgir, Raichur and Bellary districts, would hold meetings in the region and take stock of the situation,” he added.
The ministers would also summon the respective officers and review the performance of various Central government sponsored programmes, he said.
While Union Labour Minister M Mallikarjun Kharge has been assigned with the Belgaum revenue division, Union Minister for External Affairs S M Krishna was assigned with the responsibility of monitoring the Bangalore revenue division. Union Minister of State for Railways would look after the Mysore revenue division.