"BJP Government Pushed Nation Into Financial Emergency," Alleges Congress

The Reserve Bank of India or RBI had on Monday approved the transfer of a record Rs 1.76 lakh crore dividend and surplus reserves to the government, boosting the BJP-led regime's prospect of stimulating the slowing economy without widening fiscal deficit.

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'BJP Government Pushed Nation Into Financial Emergency,' Alleges Congress

Congress Spokesperson Randeep Surjewala targetted the BJP government over the economic slowdown


New Delhi: 

The Congress today accused the BJP government of forcefully taking Rs 1,76 lakh crore from the RBI to hide a "grave" economic slowdown and claimed that it had pushed the country into a "financial emergency".

The Reserve Bank of India or RBI had on Monday approved the transfer of a record Rs 1.76 lakh crore dividend and surplus reserves to the government, boosting the BJP-led regime's prospect of stimulating the slowing economy without widening fiscal deficit.

"RBI's emergency fund is at a six-year low as the BJP government has forcefully taken Rs 1,76,000 crore from the RBI to hide its failures and grave economic slowdown," Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala alleged in a tweet, tagging a media report on the central bank's emergency fund.

"The BJP government has pushed the country into a financial emergency," he claimed.

In another tweet, the Congress spokesperson mentioned about "bank frauds".

"'Loot & Scoot' in 'New India' as a complicit BJP govt looks the other way and common man is taxed!" he alleged.

According to the RBI annual report, the number of cases of frauds reported by banks saw a jump of 15 per cent year-on-year basis in 2018-19, with the amount involved increasing by 73.8 per cent to Rs 71,543 crore from Rs 41,167 crore reported in the previous fiscal.
 



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