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 underneath “Modi-made disasters”.
His assault comes after official information confirmed on Monday that the nation’s financial system suffered its worst hunch on report 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 client 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.
India is reeling underneath Modi-made disasters:
1. Historic GDP discount -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 day by day circumstances and deaths
6. External aggression at our borders
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) September 2, 2020
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 in search of the social gathering’s overhaul.
Chief Economic Adviser KV Subramanian has stated the financial system was “experiencing a V-shaped recovery” after the lockdown was eased.
Also on Wednesday, Gandhi shared the most recent video within the sequence titled “Dharohar” which appears to be like again on the social gathering’s historical past and its contributions to India throughout its almost 135-year-old historical past.
Sharing the video on the partition of Bengal on 1905, Gandhi stated ‘Divide and rule’ was a disgusting coverage and can at all times be.
“The country had defeated such a thinking earlier and will do so even today as brotherhood and goodwill are the foundations of our democracy,” he tweeted. PTI