When the democratically elected PM Modi making an excellent efforts eloquently keeping the nationhood alive and people aspiring to have an opportunity for last mile. But many feels the talk is still to make an impact on the ground but national fusion of togetherness is at its peak.
Modi cabinet to meet at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 7, Lok Kalyan Marg official residence this morning. To deliberate Is slow down poor management?
On that note, the figures of the first quarter of fiscal 2017-18, released last month, showed the GDP growth rate falling at 5.7 percent, while in the concurrent period last year, the GDP was soaring ahead at 7.6 per cent.
The Congress leaders take a jibe on the nation excellent growth with unemployment on rise and wide gap between rich and poor with no social security for the weaker sections or lower strata of society.Ease and skill at low ebb.
No matter what power does, ultimately truth will prevail, said senior Congress leader and former finance minister P.Chidambaram on Wednesday after senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha launched a scathing attack on the BJP-led Central Government’s economic policy.
Sinha, a former finance minister, hogged the limelight and started trending high on social media this morning, after he criticised his own government for sinking economy, in an article he penned for The Indian Express.
Taking to Twitter, Chidambaram said, “Yashwant Sinha speaks Truth to Power. Will Power now admit the Truth that economy is sinking?” “ETERNAL TRUTH: No matter what Power does, ultimately Truth will prevail,” he added.
Sinha further took on BJP president Amit Shah for citing ‘technical’ reasons for slowdown in the GDP rate and wrote, “Even the SBI, the largest public sector bank of the country, has stated with unusual frankness that the slowdown is not transient or “technical”, it is here to stay and the slowdown in demand has only aggravated the situation. It has openly contradicted what the BJP president said just a few days ago that the slowdown in the last quarter was on account of “technical” reasons and will be corrected soon.”
The agenda of the meeting are likely
to take up key issues such as the next steps to be taken in the Ujwala Scheme, when to roll out the next phase of economic policies and give approval to the extension of Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian’ term by a year.
Further cabinet to take a call on the recent article written by senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha.Sinha, a former finance minister, has criticised the NDA Government’s economic policies in an article he wrote for the Indian Express.
Titled, ‘I need to speak up now’, Sinha said that demonetisation had proved to be an “unmitigated economic disaster” and that the GST was a “badly conceived and poorly implemented” havoc.
He introduced the strongly-worded article, saying, “I shall be failing in my national duty if I did not speak up even now against the mess the finance minister (Arun Jaitley) has made of the economy.” — ANI