Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra took pictures at PM Narendra Modi.
Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra paired up on Wednesday to take purpose at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mega occasion in the US that can be attended by US President Donald Trump, saying all of the spectacle on the planet was not sufficient to cowl up the financial disaster at house.
Titled “Howdy, Modi”, the occasion is about to be PM Modi’s large deal with to the Indian group in Texas on Sunday throughout his go to to the US.
Enjoying on the identify of the occasion, Rahul Gandhi took a dig on the Prime Minister by elevating the difficulty of the state of the financial system and mentioned it didn’t appear to be in good condition.
“Howdy” financial system doin’,
Ain’t too good it appears. #HowdyEconomyhttps://t.co/p2NTW3fLZo
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) September 18, 2019
He additionally cited a report that mentioned shares price $45 billion have been offered by worldwide buyers since June due to eroding confidence within the financial system.
His sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra additionally attacked the federal government, saying the boldness of buyers is “shaken” however the Modi authorities is refusing to acknowledge the reality.
“India’s economy cannot be fixed with razzle-dazzle, saying ‘5 trillion, 5 trillion’ every day or by doing media and headline management. Investors do not come by sponsoring events abroad,” Priyanka Gandhi Vadra tweeted in Hindi, attaching a hyperlink to the identical report.
Whereas the federal government has put up a courageous face amid the flagging monetary indicators, the Congress has stored up its offensive towards the Modi authorities over the slowdown.
The Bloomberg report cited by the Congress leaders mentioned, “The country’s economic growth has decelerated for five straight quarters to the weakest level since early 2013, one year before Narendra Modi became prime minister. And the 5 per cent headline number for the second quarter may actually understate how painful the slowdown has become. Car sales are sinking at the fastest pace on record, capital investment has plunged, the unemployment rate has surged to a 45-year-high and the nation’s banking system is hamstrung by the world’s worst bad-loan ratio. Monday’s oil-price spike adds yet another headwind for a country that imports most of its crude.”
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