BJP Attacks Economic Mismanagement Of Congress Govt; White Paper Presented In Lok Sabha

New Delhi. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today presented a White Paper on Economy in the Lok Sabha on the economic mismanagement during the UPA tenure from 2004 to 2014. It is proposed to discuss the issue of White Paper in the Lok Sabha tomorrow at 12 o’clock. From BJP’s side, Sunita Duggal, Tejashwi Surya, Nishikant Dubey, Jayant Sinha and other MPs will present their views on this white paper. This white paper systematically mentions the flaws that existed in the economic policies of the UPA government during 2004 to 2014. What should have been done in place of these shortcomings is also mentioned in this white paper.

After this, the manner in which economic policies were implemented during the tenure of Modi government from 2014 to 2024 will be told in the Parliament. After this, time for discussion on this white paper is also proposed. PM Modi’s government has tabled this white paper in Parliament regarding the ‘mismanagement’ of the economy before 2014. The government was formed for the first time under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2014 itself. Before that, there was a government led by Manmohan Singh for 10 consecutive years i.e. 2004-14. The second term of Modi government is also going to end soon.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, while presenting the interim budget for the year 2024-25 on Thursday, had informed about bringing a white paper on this mismanagement. Sitharaman had said that ‘the government will present a white paper on the economy on the table of the House, so that it can be known where we were till 2014 and where we are now. The purpose of this white paper is to learn lessons from the mismanagement of those years.

Finance Minister Sitharaman Said…

Finance Minister Sitharaman had said in her budget speech that after taking over the reins of the country in 2014, the government was successful in dealing with the crises and now the economy is moving on the path of high growth with all-round development. He had said that ‘in 2014, there was a big responsibility to fix the economy in a phased manner and to bring the governance system on the right track. The need of the hour was to raise people’s expectations, attract investment and garner support for necessary reforms. At such a time, the government successfully achieved this with the strong belief of ‘Nation First’.

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