MasterChef Gadkari: Congress on praising Dr. Manmohan Singh, Jairam Ramesh said – now the Finance Minister can digest – न्यूज़लीड India

MasterChef Gadkari: Congress on praising Dr. Manmohan Singh, Jairam Ramesh said – now the Finance Minister can digest


Gadkari Vs Finance Minister Sitharaman

Significantly, in the year 1991, under the leadership of the then Finance Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh, economic reforms took place in India. In this regard, Finance Minister Sitharaman said in the last week that the economic reforms of 1991 were termed as half-hearted by the Finance Minister. Now the Congress on Wednesday took a dig at Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s remarks that her 1991 reforms were “incomplete”. He also called Gadkari “Masterchef Nitin Gadkari” for praising former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The Congress said Gadkari has thoroughly and thoroughly cooked up the finance minister’s statement by paying full tribute to Manmohan Singh.

Hope Finance Minister can digest it

Hope Finance Minister can digest it

Taking a jibe at Finance Minister Sitharaman on Wednesday, Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh said, “On 16 September, Madam, the Finance Minister had shown the 1991 reforms as ‘half-cooked’ as small. For the 1991 economic reforms, Dr. Paying a heartfelt tribute to Manmohan Singh, yesterday, Master Chef Gadkari baked it perfectly. I hope she (Finance Minister Sitharaman) can digest it now.

What did Finance Minister Sitharaman say?

What did Finance Minister Sitharaman say?

Earlier, speaking at an event in September, Sitharaman had said that the economic reforms undertaken by the then Congress government in 1991 were “half-baked reforms”. At that time the economy was not made open properly. The Finance Minister said that due to the strictness of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the country’s economy was liberalized for foreign countries and foreign investment.

See Jairam Ramesh’s tweet below–

What did Nitin Gadkari say?

What did Nitin Gadkari say?

It is worth noting that in a program organized in the national capital New Delhi, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari had said, “The country got a new direction due to the liberal economy, for that the country is indebted to Manmohan Singh.” Gadkari also recalled that it was the economic reforms initiated by the former minister that helped raise funds to build roads in Maharashtra in the mid-1990s.

India's economic independence 31 years ago!

India’s economic independence 31 years ago!

Before becoming Prime Minister in 2004, Dr. Manmohan Singh was an economist, Reserve Bank Governor and Finance Minister. In the BBC report, referring to the 1991 decision, July 24, 1991 was called the day of India’s economic independence. In short, it is enough that before 1991 there was license permit raj, that is, the governments used to decide which crop or goods would be produced, what would be the prices?

What is the economic liberalization of 1991

What is the economic liberalization of 1991

In 1991, Manmohan Singh was the Finance Minister under Narasimha Rao’s Prime Minister. This government in a historic decision said that liberalization is the need of the hour. In the era of globalization, along with reducing government investment, private companies should be encouraged and given freedom. It was decided to promote the open market. Economic experts say that today after 31 years looking back, it is clear that due to the economic history created in 1991, India has become a huge economy.

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