Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi for battling an ‘epidemic of unemployment’ and polishing the image of an “arrogant king”
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said that today’s reality is that the common person is struggling not just for his dreams but for his daily bread.
New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday (August 2, 2022) attacked the Centre and said that the country is battling an “epidemic of unemployment” with crores of families left with no means of a stable income. A day after the debate on price rise in the Lok Sabha, the Wayanad MP said that Congress had tried to get the government to answer the questions of the people during the ongoing Monsoon session of Parliament. “However, everyone saw how Opposition MPs were suspended, arrested for protests and the House adjourned,” he said in a Facebook post in Hindi
He also said that the government is spending billions just to polish the image of an “arrogant king”.
“Yesterday when the discussion did take place, the government clearly said that ‘there is no problem like ‘mehngai’ (inflation)!
“The country is battling an epidemic of unemployment, crores of families are left with no means of stable income. But the government is spending billions of rupees just to polish the image of an ‘arrogant king’,” Gandhi said, attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Inflation, ‘Gabbar Singh Tax’ is a direct attack on common person
In the long post addressed to the people of the country, the former Congress chief added, “Don’t consider yourself alone, the Congress is your voice, and you are Congress’ strength. We have to fight with every decree of the dictator, every attempt to suppress the voice of the people.”
“For you, the Congress party and I have been fighting and will continue to fight. You know very well which issues need to be discussed in the country today because every wrong policy of the government is affecting your life,” he stated
Gandhi said inflation and the “Gabbar Singh Tax” (GST) are a direct attack on the income of the common person.
He added that today’s reality is that the common person is struggling not just for his dreams but for his daily bread.
“This government wants you to accept everything the dictator says without questioning. I assure you all, there is no need to be afraid of them and suffer dictatorship. They are cowards, afraid of your strength and unity and that is why they are constantly attacking it. If you face them unitedly, they will get scared,” Gandhi said.
“I promise you, we will neither be afraid nor let them scare you,” he added.
India does not face any risk of recession: Nirmala Sitharaman
Earlier on Monday, replying to the debate on price rise, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had said that India does not face any risk of either recession or stagflation as its macroeconomic fundamentals are “perfect”.
BJP leader and former minister of state for finance Jayant Sinha had asserted that there is no ‘mehengai’ (inflation) and the Opposition has been looking for it but is unable to find it.
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