Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi on Friday hit out at the Central government over International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) projection that said the Indian economy, hit hard by the Covid pandemic, is relied upon to shrink by a gigantic 10.3 percent this year.
The Congress chief hammered the Center on Twitter by labeling an outline that portrayed IMF development projections and said “even Pakistan and Afghanistan dealt with Covid better than India”.
As indicated by the graph, included Rahul Gandhi’s tweet, the Indian economy is required to shrink by 10.3 percent this year, the most noteworthy compression among different nations – China, Bhutan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal and Afghanistan.
In the tweet, Rahul Gandhi stated: “Another strong accomplishment by the BJP government. Indeed, even Pakistan and Afghanistan took care of Covid better than India.”
With the nation and world battling the entanglements of Covid actuated lockdown, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in a report on Tuesday had expressed that the Indian economy is extended to contract monstrous 10.3 percent this year.
In any case, India is probably going to bob back with a great 8.8 percent development rate in 2021, in this way recovering the situation of the quickest developing rising economy, outperforming China’s extended development pace of 8.2 percent, the IMF said in its most recent ‘World Economic Outlook’ report, as revealed by news office PTI.