New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party claims that the country has the highest unemployment rate in 42 years under the Modi regime. AAP Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s only aim is to win votes by lying to the people.
In an earlier interview to PTI, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that for a long time, India was known as a country with billions of hungry stomachs and today India has become a country of ups and downs. Sanjay Singh said that fake news and fake remarks will affect law and order in the country and this will question the credibility of the media in the country. AAP accused the central government of being behind many fake news stories in the country.
Under the rule of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the price of medicine and fuel in the country has increased dramatically. Under Modi, the country’s unemployment rate has reached a 42-year high. The Agniveer scheme came into being where many youths were offered jobs and the youths were duped. The MP added that he had said that black money would be seized and all citizens would be given 15 lakhs each and there was no idea what happened to it. He said that if you have decided to give ration to 80 crore people, it is because of the realisation that people’s lives have become chaotic under the Modi regime.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that while celebrating 100 years of independence, India will be a developed country and corruption, casteism and communalism will have no place there.
India will become a developed nation by 2047. Corruption, casteism and communalism will have no place in our national life – said the Prime Minister.
The world is now looking up to India. The world sees our words and views as guidance. The Prime Minister also emphasised that the world’s view of India is changing. For a long time, India was seen as a land of billions of hungry stomachs. But now that has changed with a billion ambitious minds and two billion skilled hands. Indians today have a great opportunity to lay the foundations for growth that will be remembered for the next 1,000 years. Once seen as a big market, India is now part of the solution to global challenges. India’s hosting of G20 has sown seeds of confidence in third world countries as well. The Prime Minister also said that some of the achievements of the G20 summit were his personal favourite.