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Congress to carry press conferences throughout nation on National Monetization Pipeline 

Upping the ante towards the federal government over its asset monetization pipeline scheme, Congress plans to take the problem to the grassroots degree with a sequence of press conferences by its leaders throughout the nation.

The opposition social gathering alleged the Union Government resorting to promoting “family silver” proves the “gross incompetence” of the Modi Cabinet in successfully managing the Indian economic system.

“The country is talking about friend-monopoly,” Congress chief Rahul Gandhi mentioned with the hashtag “IndiaOnSale” on Twitter to assault the federal government.

Speaking in the identical vein, Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is dedicated to the welfare of his “crony friends”.

“The aim is to profit crony friends. Modi ji is committed to the welfare of his friends and the assets of the country are no more in safe hands,” he mentioned.

He additionally alleged that to rub salt on the injuries of frequent people who find themselves struggling amid a declining GDP progress, the prime minister has been extracting hard-earned cash from their pockets and filling his personal coffers.

“He has now decided to sell the country’s valuable assets worth Rs 6 lakh crore — roads, rail, mines, telecom, power, gas, airports, ports, sports stadium, and whatnot,” the Congress spokesperson alleged.

As a part of its nationwide plan to take the problem to the frequent individuals, Congress chief Mukul Wasnik will tackle the media in Guwahati in Assam on August 31 and Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge on September 1 in Hyderabad, social gathering sources mentioned,

The sequence of press conferences began with Rahul Gandhi holding the primary in Delhi earlier this week.

Besides Wasnik, one other distinguished member of the ‘Group of 23’ leaders who wrote to Sonia Gandhi searching for a Congress overhaul – Shashi Tharoor – has additionally been roped in and he’ll tackle the media in Kashmir.

Another chief Sachin Pilot, who revolted towards the social gathering’s personal authorities in Rajasthan, will tackle the media in Bangalore, whereas Milind Deora will maintain a press convention in Cochin.

Senior chief and former finance minister P Chidambaram will maintain a press convention on September 3 in Mumbai whereas Ajay Maken is in Raipur on the identical day. A number of different Congress leaders will tackle the media together with Bhupesh Baghel in Lucknow and Digivjaya Singh in Patna.

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