Cong chief at it again, targets Modi govt on economic scenario

need be mentioned that Arun Jaitley has not been very active due to his kidney ailment and keeps writing blogs of Facebook on issues of national importance

Attacking the central government on the economic scenario, the Congress president Rahul Gandhi said that the country is without a Finance Minister and the national economy is on the brink of collapse.

He targeted the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for being locked in a room.

It need be mentioned that Arun Jaitley has not been very active due to his kidney ailment and keeps writing blogs of Facebook on issues of national importance.

Referring to the disastrous demonetization decision of the central government, the Congress Chief said that the one who took that decision is fast asleep.

Accusing the incumbent BJP regime of not doing enough for bringing the national economy on track, the Gandhi scion said that ”the BJP national treasurer was actually running the economy”.

The Congress leader took to Twitter to share his observation about the present economic situation.

”Ex ? FM is locked in his room, breaking news on FaceBook.

BJP Treasurer has the keys to the Indian Economy.

The brightest flee the sinking ship, as the “invisible hand” of the RSS steers it onto the rocks.

Meanwhile, Captain DeMo is fast asleep.

It’s crazy out there !” he tweeted.

This is not the first time that the Congress president has attacked the Narendra Modi government over its functioning, policies, decisions and major announcements.

The attack is being seen as toughening of posture ahead of the crucial five state elections and national poll that is less than a year away.

Rahul had even attacked the PM over his alleged continued silence on the multi-crore PNB fraud involving billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi.

“Dear FM, as you are indisposed and Finance Secretary is on vacation with his Guru on a quest for inner peace, I have decided to shut the Finance Ministry till further notice,” Gandhi’s tweet said.

“The PMO will take all financial policy decisions as before. Prime Minister,” he wrote.

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