Project to turn India into majoritarian nation has ''crippled'' economy

The crisis brewing within the Indian economy has gained unanimous acceptance by now. As per the, Congress spokesperson Manish Tewari, "A serious slowdown brewing in our economy is something we all know, barring the custodians of governance who have chosen to live in oblivion. Nobel laureate Abhijit Banerjee raising a concern over 'economic depression' was much called for. Further, Abhijit Bannerjee and Esther Duflo were among the 108 economists who wrote to the NDA/BJP Govt accusing them of fudging economic data. Then Finance Minister called them Compulsive Contrarians. The Nobel Committee obviously thought there was more in them".In a scathing attack on the government, the Congress on Oct 15 mentioned that the condition of the economy is a "man-made tragedy" and the "project" to turn India into a majoritarian nation has "completely crippled" its economic development. The slowdown has a humanitarian side to it as manifested in death due …

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