New Delhi: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has once again taunted PM Modi. In fact, he has shared a survey report of the rapidly increasing poverty in the country and has targeted the central government. In fact, he tweeted and said, 'Those who were in the middle class, are now poor, those who were poor earlier, are being crushed now, where are those who used to say that good days are coming?' You can see that while sharing this tweet, the news that Rahul is referring to is a survey report which states that 'India has seen a rapid increase in the number of poverty in the last eight years.'
In fact, the general public is currently worried about the rising inflation and unemployment in the country. Even though the government is making claims to curb inflation, these claims are far from true. At present, people are suffering due to skyrocketing inflation and the budget of their houses has deteriorated. At present, the ever-increasing prices of pulses, vegetables, mustard oil, milk, textiles, LPG in the market have broken the back of the common man.
Let me also tell all of you that for the last several days, Rahul Gandhi has been targeting the Centre on the rising inflation and rising petrol and diesel prices in the country. Just yesterday, he had hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the issue of hike in LPG prices and alleged that "PM Modi's development train is in reverse gear and the brakes have failed.'' Yesterday, citing a news item, he also claimed that there are millions of families who are being forced to blow up the stove due to the rise in the prices of LPG.