LUCKNOW || Senior Congress leader Ajay Maken on Friday trained guns on the Narendra Modi-led NDA government at the centre and accused it of imposing “financial emergency” in the country. Interacting with the media in the state capital, the former union minister also said that the economy of India “was on the ventilator” and job creation “in a coma“.
“There are no jobs, no employment opportunities and the agriculture sector is faced with an unprecedented crisis,” he said while also pointing out that bank scams have further knocked the daylights out of the middle class and hard-working people who are now worried about their hard-earned money lying in the banks.
Maken also accused the BJP government of playing with all sectors and putting national security and welfare of the people at risk.
He also slammed the decision of the Modi government to sign a Mega Free Trade Agreement with China and 15 other countries in November.