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Actor taunts Modi government on declining economy, says- ‘Economy is in ICU’

New Delhi: The Modi government and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman are the targets of the opposition on India’s constantly declining economy. GDP growth rate has come down to 4.5 per cent in the second quarter of the year. Actor Prakas Raj, who is considered a critic of the Modi government on this issue, has targeted the economy by issuing a bayon. On the declining economy, Prakash Raj lashed out at the Modi government and said that the economy is in ICU.

Decline in GDP growth

Significantly, a few days ago, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in the Lok Sabha also admitted that the GDP growth rate has come down, besides he said that despite the decline in the economy, there is no recession like situation in the country.

But according to the figures released by the government recently, the growth rate in the second quarter has been 4.5 percent, which is the lowest level in the last 6 years. On this, the Modi government has to listen not only to the opposition but also to the actor Prakash Raj.

Economy is in ICU: Prakash Raj

On Saturday, Prakash Raj attacked the Modi government by tweeting through his official Twitter account. He wrote that, the economy is in the ICU… development and trust is in the incubator. Who did we ask questions on this issue, Nehru or Tipu Sultan. Significantly, actor Prakash Raj has criticized the Modi government on many issues in the past and also keeps tweeting from time to time. Let us know that Prakash Raj has also contested as an Independent from Central Bangalore seat in the 2019 general elections but he had to face defeat in this.

GDP at the lowest level in 6 years

Second quarter GDP figures have been released by the government. This was the case as it was expected that the second quarter GDP figures would be below 5 per cent. According to the figures released by the government, the growth rate in the second quarter has been 4.5 percent, which is the lowest level in the last 6 years. Explain that last year the country’s growth rate was 7 percent. Earlier on Thursday, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that there was no inflation in the country and neither will be ahead.

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