Karnataka: CM Siddaramaiah endorses ‘My tax, my right’ campaign

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05-02-2024

    Disgruntled citizens of Karnataka feel tax distibution has been unfair

    If we have solidarity, our voice cannot be ignored by Delhi: Siddaramaiah

    What is the intention behind your protest in Delhi: Renukacharya

 There has been a trend on the microblogging site X (formerly known as Twitter). This is from disgruntled citizens of Karnataka who feel that the tax distribution to the state from the central government has been unfair. This campaign has been trending with a hashtag “Nanna Terige, Nanna Hakku” (My tax, my right). Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah has supported this campaign and also composed a post with the same hashtag. “The tax which is paid by the hard work of Kannadigas, isn’t available to us during times of distress. A strong Karnataka being built on the back of dedication is a role model for the rest of the nation. I want to thank the aware citizens who have raised their voice for justice, I am with you. If we have solidarity, our voice cannot be ignored by the powerhouse of Delhi,” Siddaramaiah mentioned in his post.  


Former Minister M.P Renukacharya posed a question to CM Siddaramaiah and the Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar. “What is the intention behind your protest in Delhi that is planned to be held on January 7th? How was the tax distribution when Manmohan Singh was in power?  Can we compare it to the present system of tax distribution? We are open for a public discussion. Please respond to my question,” he said.

Karnataka: CM Siddaramaiah endorses ‘My tax, my right’ campaign

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    Disgruntled citizens of Karnataka feel tax distibution has been unfair

    If we have solidarity, our voice cannot be ignored by Delhi: Siddaramaiah

    What is the intention behind your protest in Delhi: Renukacharya

 There has been a trend on the microblogging site X (formerly known as Twitter). This is from disgruntled citizens of Karnataka who feel that the tax distribution to the state from the central government has been unfair. This campaign has been trending with a hashtag “Nanna Terige, Nanna Hakku” (My tax, my right). Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah has supported this campaign and also composed a post with the same hashtag. “The tax which is paid by the hard work of Kannadigas, isn’t available to us during times of distress. A strong Karnataka being built on the back of dedication is a role model for the rest of the nation. I want to thank the aware citizens who have raised their voice for justice, I am with you. If we have solidarity, our voice cannot be ignored by the powerhouse of Delhi,” Siddaramaiah mentioned in his post.  


Former Minister M.P Renukacharya posed a question to CM Siddaramaiah and the Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar. “What is the intention behind your protest in Delhi that is planned to be held on January 7th? How was the tax distribution when Manmohan Singh was in power?  Can we compare it to the present system of tax distribution? We are open for a public discussion. Please respond to my question,” he said.

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