Modi Government has “no economic mind”: Sharad Yadav

Yadav slams Modi government, says they have ‘no economic mind’.

Former Janta Dal member Sharad Yadav has recently slammed the Modi government. On Tuesday he hit Narendra Modi’s government saying that it has ‘no economic mind’ and the condition of the country is deteriorating immensely.

“One emergency was visible and we fought it out. This time again the country is passing through an emergency-like situation, but it’s not visible,” said Yadav

He continued saying that the BJP has only made fake promises to the youth and to the farmers during the 2013 Lok Sabha session.

“Now the government is going to complete four years of its formation and it has betrayed the common man. It has no economic mind” he said.

He pointed out how the demonetisation and GST rollout badly hit the country’s economy and how both the decisions have clearly devastated the economic condition of small and medium entrepreneurs.

Demonetisation which was imposed by PM Modi more than a year ago (Nov 2016) is still a mystery and the RBI has not yet done with the counting of the returned notes. Not only the Central Bank but the entire country has ridiculed the imposing of Demonetisation in the country.

The event ‘Sanjhi Virasat Bachao’ held on Tuesday, aimed mainly on slamming the Modi government and to unify all the opposition parties.

A month ago even the saffron party has rallied out in Mumbai against their opposition, which coincided with the Republic Day. Where Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had addressed the crowd and called it as ‘Tiranga March’ which was a protest against the Opposition rally ‘Samvidhan Bachao’.

“The BJP wants an opposition-free India and not a Congress-free India and this will never. We will join hands to save our composite culture,” Yadav said.

He also said that he will soon launch a new political party.

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