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Solid realization of BJP hate nationalism: Rahul on IMF projection


Congress chief Rahul Gandhi slammed the government on Wednesday over IMF growth projections showing Bangladesh moving closer to India in terms of GDP per capita this year, describing it as a “solid achievement” of six. years of “hate-filled” BJP in power. cultural nationalism “.

He also shared a chart on Twitter, citing its source as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Outlook Report, which showed Bangladesh was closing in on India and almost catching up in terms of GDP. per capita this year.

“Solid achievement of 6 years of BJP hate cultural nationalism: Bangladesh set to overtake India,” Gandhi said in a sarcastic tweet, accompanied by applauding emojis.

The IMF said on Tuesday that India’s economy, severely affected by the coronavirus pandemic, is expected to contract massively by 10.3% this year.

However, the country is expected to rebound with an impressive growth rate of 8.8% in 2021, regaining the position of the fastest growing emerging economy, surpassing China’s projected growth rate of 8.2%, the IMF said in its latest report on the world economy. Outlook report.

Later, during a briefing, Congress spokesman Pawan Khera said, “With all due respect to our neighbors, but they (us) are overtaking and the government is not even realizing or wanting to achieve. He continues to indulge in the management of the headlines, creating new events, diverting our attention from the real problem, which is this.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is automatically generated from a syndicated feed.)

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