Hyderabad Feb 22 (): Since the Centre has presented a vote on account budget and allocations to the states are yet to be known and there was no clarity on revenues and expenditure, schemes and state priorities in the given situation the government has come up with a vote on account budget, Leader of the house and chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said on Friday.
Presenting the whopping Rs 1,82,017 cr budget for 2019-20 financial year, the chief minister maintained that full budget is to be presented after the ensuing Lok Sabha polls.
The state is yet to get clarity on allocations to schemes, programs on the revenues and expenditure. Lack of plan and understanding on the economic development, state priorities and allocations to be made we came up with a vote on account budget he said.
The state government will get clarity after Lok Sabha polls and will go in for the full budget.