Due to high central loans, goa government reduces welfare schemes

In 2012, after being elected the goa government announced a large number of welfare schemes, hoping that it would win the elections more easily in 2017. However in 2017 elections, the BJP seats reduced to a great extent , allegedly due to corruption, land grabbing by some ministers especially in north goa. Realizing that the welfare schemes had not creating a loyal vote bank and was increasing the debt of the government, to the central government, many of the schemes have been curtailed or cancelled.
For example the government was paying Rs 1500 monthly to all housewives in Goa, however now it is not accepting new registrations as the scheme is under review. It appears that most indian states are not managing their finances well, and rely on loans from the centre. For example the central government decided to release the tax revenues to the states only once in 3 months, and some of the state governments protested, with West Bengal writing to centre according to media reports as they are facing a fund shortage.
On the other hand, indian citizens who manage their money well, are falsely labelled a security threat, to waste tax payer money to harass, defame, cheat, and exploit them, instead of using their money management skills.