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‘Modi-made disasters’: Rahul Gandhi lists 6 issues that are reeling India

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday slammed the central government following the record shrunk in GDP amid the coronavirus pandemic. Listing “Modi-made disasters,” the Congress leader also attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi on issues such as job losses, surge in covid cases and continued Indo-China conflict at the border.

Taking to Twitter, Rahul Gandhi listed 6 relevant issues that the ruling government has failed to tackle and termed them as “Modi-made disasters”.

“India is reeling under Modi-made disasters: Historic GDP reduction -23.9%. Highest Unemployment in 45 years, 12 Crores job loss, Centre not paying States GST dues, Globally highest COVID-19 daily cases and deaths and External aggression at our borders,” the Congress MP said in a tweet.

Earlier, former Finance Minister, Mr Chidambaram, also thrashed the Centre on their fight against the pandemic. “The pandemic is a natural disaster. But you are compounding the pandemic, a natural disaster, with a man-made disaster,” he said.

Niramala Sitharaman, current Union Finance Minister, earlier called the pandemic an “act of God” while mentioning that the country might suffer a contraction.

Moreover, on Monday, the Chinese troops once again launched a provocative action along the south bank of Ladakh’s Pangong Lake.

Meanwhile, the country continues to grapple due to the coronavirus pandemic. On Sunday, India registered over 80,000 cases in a single day, becoming the first and the only country to do so.

On August 31, Rahul Gandhi also alleged that the NDA government has deliberately been attacking the informal sector since last six year while asserting that the aim of demonetisation, wrongly implemented Goods and Services Tax(GST) and unprepared lockdown was to destroy this sector.

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