‘4 Wasted Years’: Congress to release pamphlet on Modi govt’s failures

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The brochure is most likely to be released on 20 February and will compare important signs under the NDA government with those under the UPA.

New Delhi: The Congress plans to launch a booklet on the efficiency of the Narendra Modi federal government this month, entitled ‘Four Squandered Years’.

The research study department of the party, led by Rajya Sabha MP Rajeev Gowda, is presently preparing the document. “The date is not yet decided however most probably it would be on 20 February,” Gowda said.The pamphlet will be launched by previous Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh and previous finance minister P. Chidambaram at the Congress headquarters in New Delhi.What it will consist of The Congress desires to utilize the booklet to highlight the failures of the Modi

federal government on the socio-economic front.The document will feature important social and economic signs such as GDP, agriculture, employment, fuel costs, inflation, and public sector banks’bad loans, among other things. The Congress will likewise compare this efficiency to the UPA federal government’s, in a quote to back its claim that the Modi government has’stopped working’. The Congress prepares to make the booklet readily available to all party leaders and employees, who will be asked to highlight these points to citizens in their areas. It hopes that in the run-up to the 2019 general elections, this will assist sway individuals’s required in the grand old party’s favour.Not the very first time The Congress has actually launched similar brochures to target the Modi government’s policies in the past.In 2017 alone the celebration introduced three brochures at different times on demonetisation, the farm crisis, and national security.The Congress’s most recent attacks on the Modi government have been on the issue of employment generation. Party president Rahul Gandhi, in truth, asked Modi questions on the problems of job growth and his pledges, after the latter’s speeches in both homes of Parliament on Wednesday.Going forward, it prepares to continue this technique of asking tough concerns in public, and drawing out info brochures to question the government’s claims.

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