New Delhi, September 2
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the state of the financial system, rise in COVID-19 circumstances and “external aggression” at borders, alleging that India is reeling below “Modi-made disasters”.
His assault comes after official knowledge confirmed on Monday that the nation’s financial system suffered its worst stoop on file in April-June, with the gross home product (GDP) contracting by 23.9 per cent because the coronavirus-related lockdown weighed on the already declining shopper demand and funding.
“India is reeling under Modi-made disasters: 1. Historic GDP reduction -23.9% 2. Highest Unemployment in 45 yrs 3. 12 Crs job loss 4. Centre not paying states their GST dues 5. Globally highest COVID-19 daily cases and deaths 6. External aggression at our borders (sic),” Gandhi tweeted.
Rebutting Gandhi’s assault in a video earlier this week on the state of the financial system, the BJP had mocked him saying he ought to launch a video concerning the “G-23”, a reference to the 23 leaders who wrote to the Congress chief looking for the get together’s overhaul.
Chief Economic Adviser Okay V Subramanian has mentioned the financial system was “experiencing a V-shaped recovery” after the lockdown was eased. PTI