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Sky rocketing inflation owing to llogical economic policies of Union Government broke the back of common man: Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa

IANS | October 08, 2021 03:22 PM

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Deputy Chief Minister S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa has come down heavily on the NDA Government for everyday sky rocketing inflation due to the disastrous economic policies being pursued by the Centre.

 

In a press communique issued here today, the Deputy Chief Minister said that during the last 10 months the LPG gas rates have increased by Rs. 300 which has broken the back of the common man. He further said that this enormous increase comes at a time when the farmers are passing through a financial crisis due to black farm laws and every section of the society is reeling under economic distress because of the Covid-19 battered economy. "This increase is all the alarming considering the fast approaching festival season as every spectrum of our society is closely connected to it", said the Deputy Chief Minister.

 

Divulging more, S. Randhawa said that in the last November the price LPG gas was Rs. 600 which has touched a new high of Rs. 900 due to the anti-people fiscal policy framework of the Union Government. He further said that the NDA Government has caused the LPG gas prices to double during the previous 7 years which in May 2014 stood at Rs. 400.

 

The Deputy Chief Minister also said that not only the LPG gas cylinder but the prices of Petrol-Diesel have also touched a record high in the last 7 years which has only added to the woes of common masses. Taking a dig at the Ministers in the Union Cabinet, S. Randhawa questioned that why is the same BJP silent today over ever increasing inflation which created a furore over a nominal increase in the oil and gas cylinder prices during the UPA rule? He also mentioned that today the entire country is cursing the NDA Government which has its roots in the destructive economic policies being implemented by it.

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