The report of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised concerns about India's declining economy and a large decline in GDP rate. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is constantly attacking the Narendra Modi government at the Center over this issue.
Former Congress president and MP Rahul Gandhi has been continuously attacking the Modi government over the falling GDP rate and the current state of the economy.
After the report of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the concern about India's declining economy has increased. On this, Rahul Gandhi attacked the central government on Friday.
Rahul Gandhi in his tweet on Friday targeted India at the Center regarding the stability of Pakistan and Afghanistan. He tweeted, 'another tremendous achievement of the BJP government.
Pakistan and Afghanistan also handled Kovid better than us. Explain that the IMF report has predicted a 10 percent decline in India's GDP growth in this financial year. It has also been said that India's growth will be less than Bangladesh.
Rahul Gandhi also cited IMF figures in his tweet. He has shared a chart, in which an estimate of 10.30% decline in India's GDP has been released. The graph shows that Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar, China and Bhutan have seen an increase in GDP during the Corona epidemic.
At the same time, there is a decline in the GDP of Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan and India. India's GDP is showing more decline than Pakistan and Afghanistan.
It has also been shown in this chart that in the next financial year, there will be a decline of 5 per cent in the GDP of Afghanistan and a mere 40 per cent in the GDP of Pakistan. Whereas, India's GDP is being told -10.30 percent.
Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi attacked the Center on Wednesday on the IMF's estimate of Bangladesh's future going ahead of India in terms of per capita GDP. He said in a tone filled tone - 'This is a concrete achievement of hate-filled cultural nationalism. Bangladesh is going to overtake India.
Let me tell you that the IMF said on Tuesday that India's economy badly affected by Corona virus epidemic is expected to decline by 10.3 percent this year.