Government's silence on economic slowdown very dangerous, Priyanka Vadra
Vadra took to Twitter and said that the government does not have any solution nor has the power to assure the citizens of the country
On Thursday, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi described the Narendra Modi government's silence on economic slowdown as "very dangerous". She said that excuses and rhetoric will not work as it does not have any solution for the problem.
#Congress General Secretary #PriyankaGandhi on September 5 described the #NarendraModi government's silence on #economicslowdown as "very dangerous" and said excuses and rhethoric will not work as it does not have any solution.— IANS Tweets (@ians_india) September 5, 2019
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Vadra took to Twitter and said that the government does not have any solution nor has the power to assure the citizens of the country. This isn't the first time that Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has attacked the Narendra Modi-led government.
In the past, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, who is in-charge for the eastern Uttar Pradesh has also attacked the government over the issues of atrocities against women, rising prices and several others.
Just a few days ago, Gandhi had criticised the BJP-led central government over the "historic slowdown" in the economy. Vadra had said that the Centre should accept that there is a slowdown and should work towards measures in order to resolve it. Tweeting in Hindi, Vadra said, "Repeating a lie for 100 times does not make it a truth. The BJP government should accept that there is a historic slowdown in the economy and they should move towards measures to resolve it. The situation of the slowdown is in front of everyone. For how long the government will reap benefits from headline management?"
While slamming the Narendra Modi-led government, the Congress leader also shared a news article about the bleeding auto sector.
With inputs from IANS
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