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Rahul Gandhi’s attack on the center again, said – not by privatization, NYAY will benefit the poor

These days, MP from Wayanad, Rahul Gandhi is targeting the Modi government by tweeting everyday.

Rahul Gandhis attack on the center again said not

Senior Congress leader and MP Rahul Gandhi has once again attacked the central government regarding privatization. Rahul Gandhi tweeted on Monday that the Indian government is Modi-friendly, but his privatization plan will not help the poor. He said that if any scheme can help the poor people, it is justice.

Let us tell you that the Minimum Income Assistance Scheme i.e. NYAY is a dream project of Congress. Under this scheme, a target has been set to reach the monthly income of every poor family up to Rs.12 thousand. At present, Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana has started in Chhattisgarh from 21st May 2020. Explain that the government has planned to privatize many public sector banks.

These days Rahul Gandhi is targeting the Modi government by tweeting everyday. Earlier on Sunday, Congress leaders targeted the government, alleging that its secret ministry of lies and hollow slogans is the most efficient. Criticizing the BJP government, Rahul Gandhi has accused it of making only rhetoric.

He said on Twitter that which is the most efficient ministry of the Government of India? Secret ministry of lies and hollow slogans. His party colleague and senior leader Jairam Ramesh also hit out at the government, alleging that it took a different stand in the Supreme Court and the recent G7 conference on the issue of coronavirus vaccines.

Taking to Twitter, he took to Twitter to hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that in the G7, he calls for exemption of patents for the COVID-19 vaccine – one earth, one health. His government in the Supreme Court takes a completely opposite stand. Does not call for compulsory licensing. He asked that one stand for the world, another for India. Why this disaster?

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