Priyanka Gandhi Vadra hits out at Centre, says merely talking about $5 trillion economy and 'managing' headlines won’t help

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Wednesday hit out at the Centre in wake of the current economic crisis, saying that by merely talking about $5 trillion economy and managing media headlines will not improve the nation's economy

Asian News International September 18, 2019 11:48:12 IST
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra hits out at Centre, says merely talking about $5 trillion economy and 'managing' headlines won’t help
  • Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Wednesday hit out at the Centre in wake of the current economic crisis, saying that by merely talking about $5 trillion economy and managing media headlines will not improve the nation's economy

  • Taking to Twitter, the Congress general secretary said, 'Indian economy will not improve just by talking of $5 trillion economy or managing headlines. One cannot attract investors by organising events abroad. The confidence of investors has been shaken. Economic investment has taken a toll'

  • 'The BJP government is not accepting the fact. The economic slowdown, like a speed breaker, has affected the speed with which the nation was progressing,' she said in another tweet

New Delhi: Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Wednesday hit out at the Centre in wake of the current economic crisis, saying that by merely talking about $5 trillion economy and managing media headlines will not improve nation's economy.

Taking to Twitter, the Congress general secretary said, "Indian economy will not improve just by talking of $5 trillion economy or managing headlines. One cannot attract investors by organising events abroad. The confidence of investors has been shaken. Economic investment has taken a toll."

 

"The BJP government is not accepting the fact. The economic slowdown, like a speed breaker, has affected the speed with which the nation was progressing," she said in another tweet. These statements from the Congress leader came after a business daily published a report claiming that global investors are withdrawing money from Indian markets post the economic slowdown.

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