While TMC chief Mamata Banerjee has decided to raise the issue during her meeting with DMK supremo M Karunanidhi and M K Stalin in Chennai, party leaders Sudip Bandyopadhyay and Derek O'Brien would meet TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu in Delhi on Tuesday and are expected to take up the matter.
Non-BJP States Losing Out, Says TMC, to Rally Opposition Against 15th Finance Commission

Mamata Banerjee would meet DMK supremo M Karunanidhi and M K Stalin during her two-day visit to Chennai on April 10-11.

New Delhi: Accusing the Center of conflicting with the government structure of the Constitution in monetary devolution, the Trinamool Congress on Monday said it will endeavor to rally the resistance against the fifteenth Finance Commission the same number of states not managed by the BJP were "missing out".

TMC Chief Mamata Banerjee would raise the issue amid her gathering with the DMK initiative in Chennai on April 10-11, TMC pioneer Derek O'Brien said.

She would meet DMK supremo M Karunanidhi and M K Stalin amid her two-day visit to Chennai.

"This Commission is hostile to government. States are missing out. States like Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu are been punished and states like Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan are being granted. Mamata Banerjee is connecting with different gatherings, this will end up being a vital reference point for us. Next Tuesday she will raise the issue with the DMK initiative at Chennai," O' Brien told correspondents here.

After the issue of no-certainty movement joined the resistance in Parliament, the fifteenth Finance Commission frosty by and by expedite them one stage against the NDA government.

TMC pioneers Sudip Bandyopadhyay and O'Brien would meet TDP boss Chandrababu Naidu in Delhi on Tuesday and are required to take up the issue.

The Finance Commission, which has been approved to settle on the level of money related devolution and stipends in-help, taking the 2011 Census as the reason for focal help, would likewise choose increment in Goods and Services Tax (GST) and a reduction in appropriations for programs implied for poor people.

The restriction party has additionally blamed the commission for "singularly" receiving the 2011 evaluation without counseling the state governments.

"States like Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh will free Rs 20,000 crores over a time of five years and states which are been led by the BJP, as Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh would, pick up. The administration didn't counsel a solitary state government. There was no between state board meeting amid NDA government", O'Brien said.

The resistance parties are probably going to raise the issue to corner the legislature in the rest of the times of the session in Parliament.

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