Modi government, Rahul Gandhi, employment, latest national news updates, inflation, prime minister n

Modi government, Rahul Gandhi, employment, latest national news updates, inflation, prime minister n

Modi govt harmful for employment: Rahul Gandhi.


After stories of job losses in August, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Friday mentioned that the Modi authorities was ‘harmful for employment’.

In a tweet in Hindi he mentioned, “Modi government is dangerous for employment. He does not promote or support ‘friendless’ business or employment, but is snatching jobs from the employed. And the people are expected to be self-reliant.”

He quoted the report from CMIE, which says 15 lakh individuals from the formal and casual sectors misplaced their jobs in August. The Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), within the knowledge Released mentioned the variety of the employed fell from with almost 1.3 million job losses in rural India alone, the nationwide unemployment fee rose from to eight.32 per cent final month which was 6.95 per cent in July.

Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday had attacked the federal government on inflation. He mentioned the issue with the federal government was structural and never cyclic because it has misplaced financial imaginative and prescient and the state of affairs is now on the 1991 stage.

He mentioned that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s imaginative and prescient of New India has failed and all of the slogans of the Prime Minister have solely been rhetoric and now the nation wants a brand new imaginative and prescient which may revive the financial system.

He alleged that the federal government has earned Rs 23 lakh crore from the GDP (Gas, diesel, petrol) when the worldwide costs are down.

When the UPA was in energy, crude oil costs have been $105 and now it is $71 whereas gasoline worth is lower than 26 per cent than what it was through the UPA authorities. In 2014 when the UPA left, the gasoline cylinder value Rs 410 and now it is 885. In the identical manner, petrol was Rs 71 and diesel Rs 57 a litre in 2014 and now petrol is Rs 101 per litre in Delhi and diesel prices Rs 88 a litre.

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