Modi govt destroying casual sector: Rahul

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, August 31

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi at present posted a video, alleging that the federal government was intentionally attacking the casual sector and the latest lockdown was one such calculated transfer.

Gandhi mentioned the purpose was to enslave the poor who type the spine of India’s casual financial system. Demonetisation, flawed GST and lockdown have been examples of how the federal government was undermining an entire sector, he mentioned.

He mentioned India survived the 2008 recession as a consequence of a robust casual sector. “Till the time India’s informal sector is strong, no economic storm can touch it. The BJP government has been attacking the informal sector over the past six years. I am giving you three massive examples right now — demonetisation, wrong GST and lockdown. Don’t think the lockdown was unplanned. Don’t think it was done at the last minute. The aim of these three decisions was to destroy our informal sector,” he mentioned.

Gandhi argued that the PM wanted the media and advertising and marketing to run the federal government. “The informal sector has a lot of money which the government can’t touch. They want to break this sector and extort this money from them. The effects of this attack on informal sector will be seen soon. The results will be that India won’t be able to produce jobs,” mentioned Rahul.

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