Modi Government is Afraid of Announcing Package, PM Cares Audit is Required: Rahul

The Congress leader said that even after June and July in India, the speed of Corona can increase, but for this the government will have to be ready.
Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi, Image Credit: The Indian Express
Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi, Image Credit: The Indian Express

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi held a press conference on the crisis of corona virus on Friday. During this time, Rahul said that the Government of India should provide financial help to the people, there is a need to put money in the account of every poor and laborer. But the government is afraid to do so, Rahul said that it is time to take the risk.

The Congress leader said that the central government is thinking that if it starts spending money fast, the condition of the rupee will worsen. But the government will have to take the risk at this time, because it is necessary to deliver the money at the ground level. As much as the government is thinking, our time is being wasted.

Rahul Gandhi, Image Credit: National Herald
Rahul Gandhi, Image Credit: National Herald

For the PM Cares Fund set up for the Corona crisis, Rahul Gandhi said that it is necessary to have an audit, the public should know how much has been spent and how much money should come in the fund. With this, Rahul Gandhi talked about keeping the source of the Arogya Setu app in the open.

Targeting the central government, Rahul Gandhi said that the government is not able to overcome the fear of the people at this time. After all, how long the lockdown will last, the government will have to tell the people clearly. The corona crisis is dangerous for only one percent, but for 99 percent this just remains the fear. Prime Minister Narendra Modi should talk to people and remove their fear.

The Congress leader said that even after June and July in India, the speed of Corona can increase, but for this the government will have to be ready. The Congress leader once again demanded that money be directly transferred to people's accounts and asked to implement the justice scheme.

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