PM Modi "Denigrating-Defaming The Country-India" Must Save India? - Highlights By: Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch

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Criminality Cannot Be ‘Subsumed- Make To Rule’ By Winning Elections, Yashwant Sinha said



1. PM Narendra Modi "Denigrating-Defaming The Country-India" Must Be Looked Into Seriously Now?



2. “Why is Narendra Modi winning elections? Has a lot to do with incomes of the poor; read all about it.



3. Criminality Cannot Be ‘Subsumed- Make To Rule’ By Winning Elections, Yashwant Sinha said



4. In a highly personalised attack on finance minister Arun Jaitley, ex-finance minister Yashwant Sinha made the claims about the Indian economy (under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi)”. By: Surjit S Bhalla | Published: September 30, 2017 3:57 AM: FINANCIAL EXPRESS



5. “Yashwant Sinha on the differences between the RBI and the finance ministry, demonetisation and the lack of consensus for reforms in India: Criminality cannot be ‘subsumed-to make to rule’ by winning elections: Yashwant Sinha”: Written by Shaji Vikraman: The Indian EXPRESS



6. Yashwant Sinha (born 6 November 1937) is an Indian administrator, politician and a former Minister of Finance (1990–1991 under Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar and March 1998 – July 2002 under Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Minister of External Affairs July 2002 – May 2004). He is a senior leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party. Wikipedia



7. "Every one per cent loss of GDP annually costs our nation Rs 1.5 lakh crore.



8. Think of the human impact from this lost growth -- the lost jobs, the youth whose opportunities have vanished, the businesses who had to shut down, and entrepreneurs whose drive to succeed has turned into discouraged disappointment," he said. PTI



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MbnusWHQe8

9. An awkward handshake, manmohan singh's video message, amit shah's counter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MbnusWHQe8



10. PM Narendra Modi was "Denigrating-Defaming The Country-India" Must Be Looked Into-the eyes to examine, watch, or find somebody or something’ Seriously Now To Save India as PM Should Find "More Dignified Ways" To Seek Votes, Says Former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh.



11. Manmohan Singh said PM Narendra Modi was "denigrating-defame the country" when claiming that the Congress party did nothing in 70 years. He also criticised the implementation of demonetisation and GST. All India | Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Updated: December 03, 2017 06:48 IST



12. Dr Manmohan Singh also criticised PM Narendra Modi's demonetisation and GST implementation. Criticises demonetisation, implementation of Goods and Services Tax and Says not right for PM to say Congress did nothing in 70 years.



13. In a piercing attack on his successor, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday said PM Narendra Modi had failed to understand the "pains" that demonetisation and the GST (Goods and Services Tax) were going to unleash on the people of his own home state. Calling demonetisation an "uninformed, half-baked crusade" and GST a "badly designed and hastily implemented" measure, Dr Singh also lamented the "low-level rhetoric" used by the ruling party.



14. "I wish the prime minister would find more dignified ways of impressing upon the crowds and seeking their votes...," he said.



15. "Just as you were recovering from one blow (of demonetisation), came the GST. Nobody consulted you or tried to understand how your business works," he told a gathering of members of the local business community in Surat.



16. "The prime minister is from Gujarat, and he claims to understand Gujarat and the poor more than anyone else. How is it that he never understood the pains his decisions will unleash on you?" Dr Singh asked.



17. "Your business works on trust and relationships. Without trust in each other, Surat will collapse. You extended this trust to the prime minister and his promise of 'acchhe din' (good days). The hope symbolised in those dreams now lies shattered," he said.

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18. In Surat alone, 89,000 powerlooms were sold as scrap and it led to a loss of 31,000 jobs, Dr Singh said. "There are countless such examples from industrial clusters and big mandis (markets) from across the country."



19. China benefited from this situation, he claimed.



20. "In FY 2016-17, India's imports from China stood at Rs. 1.96 lakh crore. During the same period in FY 2017-18, the imports from China increased to Rs. 2.41 lakh crore. This unprecedented increase in imports by more than Rs. 45,000 crore, a 23 per cent increase in a year, can be attributed largely to demonetisation and GST.



21. On demonetisation, Dr Singh said, "This is an uninformed, half-baked crusade on black money where he (PM Modi) painted everyone as a thief, while real culprits have gotten away."



22. "This attitude of suspecting everyone to be a thief or anti-national, the low-level rhetoric is damaging the democratic discourse and has real consequences for how we relate to one another as citizens. Political leaders must stick to the high road," he said.



23. Dr Singh said on every social indicator, from infant and maternal mortality rates to female literacy, Gujarat has fallen behind the best performing states, including Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.



24. Manmohan Singh criticised PM Modi's "attitude of suspecting everyone to be a thief or anti-national"



25. He said the recent agitations by the youth cutting across different sections of the society was an indication of the deep dissatisfaction with the performance of successive BJP governments.



26. Dr Singh also said PM Modi was "denigrating the country" when claiming that Congress party did nothing in 70 years.



27. "I wish the prime minister would find more dignified ways of impressing upon the crowds and seeking their votes without resorting to statements which denigrate our country," he said.



28. "...While denigrating the past, the prime minister also tends to exaggerate what he will do in future. He was recently quoted in the press as saying that India will become a developed country by 2022," Singh said, adding that to achieve that, India needed to grow at the rate of 35 per cent per year.



29. The government should get out of the "culture of constant self-praise", Dr Singh said.



30. "In the ten years of UPA-I and II, when I was the prime minister, we produced 7.8 per cent GDP growth on average. This includes the slow-down in the last two years of our government. When the present government took over, they said they would take growth to 8 to 10 per cent. Modi so far has produced an average of only 7.3 per cent in the first three years," he said.



31. PM Should Find "More Dignified Ways" To Seek Votes, Says Former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh, Seems Saying So Repeatedly To Save India.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MbnusWHQe8

An awkward handshake, manmohan singh's video message, amit shah's counter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MbnusWHQe8

Highlights Courtesy By: NDTV, OneIndia, FINANCIAL EXPRESS, The Indian EXPRESS, Wikipedia and youtube –Thanks to All

Highlights Forwarded by: Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch

Posted on Dec 23, 17 | 11:55 pm