People feeling depressed in Modi regime: Congress
Punjab Congress announces statewide protests against Modi Government
People feeling depressed due to the irrational economic policies of Modi government. Industries were shutting down; unemployment was at its highest rate. Instead of getting new jobs for youth, the number of jobs of already employed people was nose diving. Farming is going through its worst phase: Sunil Jakhar
Can Government policies send someone into depression ! Punjab Congress leaders believe Narendra Modi led government in the centre were affecting the mental health of the common Indians.
Citing the examples of poor economic growth Senior Congress leader and President Punjab Congress Committee, Sunil Jakhar said people were not benefitting from Modi’s policies but were losing their mental health.
“People were suffering of severe depression due to the irrational economic policies of Modi government. Industries were shutting down; unemployment was at its highest rate, Instead of creating new jobs those already employed were fearing losing their jobs” Sunil Jakhar told North India Times.
The Senior Congress leader said that the farming sector was passing through a difficult phase .
Jakhar said that after the RCEP agreement comes into force, the economy of farmers and milk producers in India will be completely destroyed.
“Under this agreement, import of cheap grain and milk products from abroad would flow in freely. This will have a direct adverse impact on Indian farmers who were not getting full value for their produce already ” Sunil Jakhar said.
Jakhar said that after the implementation of RCEP agreement, the peasantry of the country will be worst hit.
“The policies of BJP-led Modi government were already anti-farmer RCEP will further add insult to the injury as the farmers will become beggars” Sunil Jakhar said.
Punjab Congress Plans statewide protests against Modi Government on November 15
The Punjab Congress has planned state wide protest atainst Modi government’s failure and anti-people,anti-farmer policies.
The party will also oppose the decision to sign Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) treaty as the same was against the interests of indigenous farmers.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the district presidents presided over by PPCC president Sunil Jakhar at Punjab Congress Bhawan in Chandigarh on November 3.
Jakhar also questioned the Akali Dal, an ally in the Center, why the party leaders who claimed to be saviours of farmers were silent. He alleged that the Akali Dal leadership had completely ignored the interests of the farmers.