The focus is on the new Industrial Development Policy-2019, Solar Energy Policy-2019, Wind and Hybrid Energy Policy-2019, Rajasthan Investment Promotion Scheme-2019 and Chief Minister's Small Scale Industries Promotion Scheme-2019
December 20, 2019. By News Bureau
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has launched the new Industrial Development Policy-2019, Solar Energy Policy-2019, Wind and Hybrid Energy Policy-2019, Rajasthan Investment Promotion Scheme-2019 and Chief Minister's Small Scale Industries Promotion Scheme-2019, as per the official sources.
Gehlot alleged that the PM Narendra Modi government is running its own agenda and not focussing on the economy, which was suffering badly. Gehlot said that despite the present economic situation, where people are losing jobs and businesses are adversely impacted, people were still chanting the prime minister's name.
Gehlot said while addressing MSME conclave, "I would like to tell those who chant 'Modi-Modi' that now it has become Modi is responsible for economic slowdown in place of Modi makes it possible."
He further added that the country faced economic slowdown during the previous UPA government's rule as well but the impact was low because of the policies of former prime minister Manmohan Singh.
"But this time the situation is worst. The government is not focused on economy, which should have been the prime agenda of the government. Instead of focusing on economy, they are running their own agenda and pushing the country to a direction where no one knows what will happen. The country's situation is very bad. It is in the ICU. The condition of automobile sector, textile industries, diamond industry is well known. The government's advisors, RBI governors had to resign. Finance minister's husband said the government has no understanding about the economy. This is the situation in the country," he further adds.
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