Manmohan Singh, The former Prime Minister Of India, today slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his speech at the Congerss party’s 84th Plenary session that’s being held in New Delhi. At first, he talked about the challenges that the economy of the Nation has been facing, naming the scarcity of employment, agriculture and health to be the causes. He then slammed Modi for making “Tall promises”, stating that he had assured farmers will receive double income from the Government, but to actually achieve that, the country needs to have a growth rate of 12 percent per annum, which he thought was quite impossible for in the current situation. He accused the Prime Minister of claiming to provide two crore jobs, when, in reality, there haven’t even been 2 lakhs job allocations.
Going a little further, Singh then bashed Modi about severely mismanaging the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, which is worsening day by day. He also said that the inherent difference between the two parties, BJP and PDP, “they have installed a government where the two wings of the administration are working against each other”.
He said that the government must recognize the situation and difficulties that have mired in the state, and should come up with soultions to tackle the problem that is spreading across the place.
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