The country has gone from bad to worse, the Modi government has become like an ostrich in times of crisis – Rahul Gandhi


Bangla Hunt Desk: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has always come down with the aim of attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Has always opposed the decisions and actions taken by the Center. He has been seen firing on the Modi government's decision many times during his tenure. Even controversial comments have made headlines many times.

Rahul's double attack on Modi

On the eve of the country's crisis, former Congress president Rahul Gandhi slammed the Modi government over the corona virus and the collapse of GDP. In a tweet, he said, “The Modi government is running after wrong decisions on every aspect of the country's development.” In this crisis, the Modi government is behaving like an ostrich.

He also scoffed at the fall in GDP

On Sunday, Congress leader Gabbar Singh termed the GST as a tax on the country's GDP, along with the corona virus, saying India's poor, small and medium businesses were in trouble. So everyone should protest at once. This is the second major attack on India's unorganized economy, which has failed miserably.

Corona situation in the country

According to health ministry sources, the number of people infected with the corona virus in the country in a single day on Monday has crossed the record number. 90602 people were infected in one day. After the new attack, the total number stood at 4204813 people. At the same time, it has been learned that after 1017 new deaths in the last 24 hours, the total number of deaths stood at 61742. However, despite the increase in the number of infections, the recovery rate in the country is increasing.

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