Karnataka Tourism Minister Anand Singh has landed in controversy for lavish Diwali gifts he gave to newly elected members of his constituency, he gifted precious items, which are unbelievable.
Bengaluru: Gifts at Diwali are common in all circles. But there is a limit to everything. Giving valuable items as gifts turns into news and becomes a hot topic of discussion in a gentleman’s drawing room.
Karnataka Tourism Minister Anand Singh has landed in controversy for lavish Diwali gifts he gave to newly elected members of his constituency. He gifted precious items, which are unbelievable.
One set of boxes was given to members of the municipal corporation, and the other set was for gram panchayat members.
There were several articles in the gift that were given to the municipal corporation. Each corporation member received a silk saree, a dhoti, a dry fruit box, Rs. 1 lakh in cash, 144 grams of gold, and 1 kilogramme of silver as a gift.
The members of the gram panchayat received all the other items, but less money and no gold.
The question that arises here is how rich our politicians are. If a minister can send such a lavish gift, then think about the amount of money he possesses.
Common people have to face all kinds of suffering due to the skyrocketing prices of essential items. There is darkness in a huge number of families in the festival of light because they don’t have money to make purchases.