Bengaluru: Ahead of presenting budget, CM offers special worship | Azad Times

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Bengaluru: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai offered special worship before presenting the budget for financial year 2023-24, the last budget of the ruling BJP government  on Friday February 17.

CM Bommai visited Srikanteshwara temple located in Muthappa Block of R.T. Nagar and Maruthi temple near Balabruyi in Bengaluru.

He got the special worship done for people of the state at the temples and sought blessings. Later, he waved at the media, showed the victory symbol before entering the Assembly. “I prayed to God for the wellbeing of the people of the state,” he said before presenting the budget.

Sources reveal that CM Bommai and the party has made it a popular budget and the party is all set to pitch the budget presented as the assurance for the upcoming elections.

CM Bommai had presented a Rs 2,65,720 crore budget last year. The government had claimed that it had reached 91 per cent targets and ensured 75 per cent progress. BJP insiders said that the size of this budget is going to be Rs 3 lakh crore.

The Chief Minister was a member of the GST Council and presently he is the President of the Group of Ministers for GST Reforms. He had taken strict steps to ensure meeting tax targets. He is also likely to announce community-based major schemes in view of the upcoming elections.

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