Rajnath claims expansion not issue in 2019, Modi took care of economy well
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said that expansion isn’t an issue in the continuous races as it has been very much constrained by Prime Minister Narendra Modi-drove government at the Center.
“On the off chance that you experience Indian races’ history, you will see swelling was an issue in every one of them. Individuals used to sing ‘Congress sarkar aayi hai, kamartod mehengai layi hai’ (Congress government has come and carried high expansion alongside it). In any case, 2004 and 2019 are two races where there were issues yet expansion was not one of them,” Singh said while tending to a race rally here.
“There was Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s administration before 2004 and Narendra Modi’s before 2019. Them two dealt with financial administration well and assaulted debasement. Pakistan’s expansion rate is 10-12 percent and India’s is 2-3 percent. We didn’t give swelling a chance to cross Indo-Pak outskirt and enter here,” he said.
The Home Minister was tending to the rally in help of sitting BJP MP Ram Swaroop Sharma from Mandi Lok Sabha situate.
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