Congress MP Rahul Gandhi continued his relentless attack on the Narendra Modi government on Monday evening, criticizing “unnecessary privatization … (which) is destroying employment” for the nation’s youth.
Mr Gandhi, who has further raised his criticism after last week’s data showed that India’s GDP grew by a record 23.9 per cent between April and June, reiterating the belief that privatization of public sector undertakings (public sector units) The unemployment level was linked to the Modi government’s campaign. ).
“Today the country is facing many disasters, such as the Modi government, one of which is unnecessary privatization. The youth want employment, but the Modi government is destroying employment and deposits (ing) by privatizing public sector undertakings … ( Ko) whose benefit? ”Mr. Gandhi tweeted.
“Just for the development of some ‘friends’ … which is special to Modiji … stop privatization, save government jobs,” he said.
On Saturday, Mr. Gandhi tweeted about an alleged freeze on recruitment by the central government; He cited a newspaper article citing a list of austerity measures adopted amid the epidemic.
आज देश मोदी सरकार-निर्मित कई आपदाएँ झेल रहा है जिनमें से एक है अनावश्यक निजीकरण।— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) September 7, 2020
युवा नौकरी चाहते हैं पर मोदी सरकार PSUs का निजीकरण करके रोज़गार व जमा पूँजी नष्ट कर रही है।
बस चंद ‘मित्रों’ का विकास
जो हैं मोदी जी के ख़ास।
Stop Privatisation Save Govt Jobs.
“The Modi government’s thinking is minimal government, maximum privatization. Kovid is just an excuse …” he alleged, tweeting that “the plan is to free the government offices of all permanent employees, steal the youth’s future and their (P.M. Modi) has to campaign) own friends further ”.
The center later clarified its position; The Finance Ministry tweeted that the government circular mentioned in the report dealt with the internal process and would not influence or affect recruitment.
Mr. Gandhi has previously attacked the government on employment levels and privatization.
Last week he attacked reports of 12 crore people being unemployed amid lockdowns and last month he said that the government had failed to fulfill its promise to give jobs to two crore people every year.
In July, he criticized the government for the first step in privatizing the Indian Railways, employing around 1.2 million people.
Mr. Gandhi has also released the video claiming that primary performance, cavid lockdown and controversial GST are the major reasons for the state of the Indian economy.
Yesterday he tweeted a video, calling for a record 23.9 per cent contraction in the GST regime in GDP, which he called “Gabbar Singh Tax”.
In an earlier video, Mr. Gandhi linked the shock of GDP to demonetisation and tweeted: “PM Modi’s Cashless India is truly Mazdoor-Kisan-Chhota Bharat (India free from farmers, laborers, small traders)”.
After the GDP figures were released, Mr. Gandhi accused the government of repeatedly ignoring the warnings of experts on the extent of the economic crisis.