Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar on Monday hit back at Congress leader Jairam Ramesh, calling him a 'spinmaster'. He said that he wanted to play the flop role of P Chidambaram and former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan. He also said that he is using the word 'jumla' to defame the Modi government.
The BJP leader's remarks came at a time when Ramesh criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the alleged lack of job opportunities, saying he was holding job fairs to save his image as he was in the heat of the election year. are feeling In a post on Twitter, the Congress general secretary termed the job fairs as the "biggest jumla" and "another gimmick" and alleged that the prime minister had failed to fulfill his promise of creating two crore jobs per year.
Chandrasekhar criticized Ramesh's remarks, saying, "This 'spinmaster' is playing the 'flop' roles of Chidambaram and Raghuram Rajan by using the word 'jumla' to counter the achievements of the Narendra Modi government." Responding to Ramesh's post on Twitter, the Union Minister said that Chidambaram used 'jumlas' to defame the Jan Dhan Yojana (JDY) and Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) programs in 2016. Today JDY and DBT are shining examples of financial inclusion and empowering the poor with 50 crore accounts and 2 lakh crore deposits, he added.
The minister alleged, "Raghuram Rajan, who ruined the financial sector in the UPA, tried to ruin Prime Minister Narendra Modi's economic policies during Covid and then ruined electronics manufacturing." He alleged that Ramesh created 'uncertainties' about India-made vaccines, while 'his boss' insisted on imported vaccines like Pfizer, who were imposing conditions on India.
The minister said that 200 crore Made in India vaccines were given to Indians as part of the unprecedented success at the global level in fighting the pandemic. Chandrasekhar hit out at Ramesh for his remarks, saying that now Rahul Gandhi and this "re-branding manager" of the UPA are using the jumla to create nearly six lakh new jobs for young Indians in the last 12 months in the world's fastest growing economy. Used to describe millions of jobs in government jobs and private sector, start-ups and entrepreneurship.'
The BJP leader said the Congress-led UPA government in 2014 left the workforce of 42 crore, with three out of four Indians without education or skills, and 1.5 crore joining unskilled jobs every year after 65 years of dynastic rule. Are. He said, 'The spin master forgets to mention it.' Chandrashekhar said that Prime Minister Modi has worked hard in the last nine years to skill Indians to ensure that they are able to pursue the many job opportunities that are being created in our fast-growing economy.
The Union Minister said, "The spinmaster is probably a forgetful person or selective about his facts, perhaps that is the reason why he is a spinmaster because he cannot hide that Congress state governments are ahead in unemployment and inflation." "Rahul, the Congress and its desperation are doomed to fail to revive the UPA's efforts," he said. Addressing a job fair this morning, Modi distributed over 51,000 appointment letters to the youth.