India does not need government propaganda and fake news: Rahul Gandhi

NEW DELHI: Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday termed the government's 'slowdown' in the auto sector as a "foolish theory" to tell young people that a concrete strategy needs to be taken to correct the country's economy. Is. Rahul Gandhi added that the government is trying to hide the economic recession through deflated news.



Rahul Gandhi wrote on Twitter, "India needs to develop a concrete strategy to correct the economy, not the negative publicity, fabricated news and stupid theories regarding youth." Admitting that there is a problem, it starts to correct. "

In his tweet, Rahul Gandhi also shared a report of interview of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, in which he described GST and notation as the real reason for the economic slowdown. Manmohan Singh's statement came two days after Union Minister Nirmala Sita Raman's statement. Addressing a press conference in Chennai, Sita Ramon said that the automobile and related industry is due to the mindset of BS6 and young people who prefer to travel to Ola and Ober rather than buy automobile.

Rahul Gandhi is constantly voicing the failures on the Modi government's economic front. He was also targeted last Sunday. Rahul Gandhi in his tweet said that he congratulated the Modi government on completing '100 days of development'. Democracy is throbbing, knee-jerk media is being criticized for suppressing criticism, there is a clear lack of direction and tactics, while it is most needed to raise the crisis-hit economy.

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