Sanjay Singh targets the Finance Minister He sees everything good-good ask the common people is i

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  • “Acche din only have come for BJP leaders”
  • ”He’s great. When the price of onions increased, she said that she does not eat onions.
  • “If you ask her how the price of milk has increased, she will say she doesn’t drink milk.”

Sanjay Singh: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Wednesday hit out at Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman over the issue of price hike, saying everything seems to be “good and good”, but common people should be asked if it is really so. . AAP said that the Finance Minister would know what she was trying to prove with her reply in both the Houses of Parliament on the issue of inflation, but the common people are facing the brunt of inflation.

“Ask common people if everything is good in their life.”

Replying to questions at a press conference on the Finance Minister’s reply, AAP’s National Spokesperson and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh said, “He (Finance Minister) did not accept that the value of Indian Rupee is falling (against the dollar). He did not accept that the prices of food items have gone up. He likes everything good.” He said, “Ask the common people if everything is good in their life.”

“Acche din only have come for all BJP leaders”

Singh said “achche din” has come only for all BJP leaders and party ministerial people, but common people are still waiting to see such days in their lives. “Have achche din come in the lives of labourers, auto-rickshaw drivers and slum dwellers?” he asked, referring to Sitharaman’s reaction to the 2019 increase in onion prices. Alleged, “He is great. When the price of onions increased, she said that she does not eat onions.

“How will she see the rise in prices? You will ask her how the price of milk has increased and she will reply that she does not drink milk. You will ask her about the increase in the prices of wheat, pulses, rice and she will say that she is living by eating carrots and radishes.”

Tomato, Onion and Potato’s current price rates stable

Significantly, while replying to a discussion on price hike in Rajya Sabha on Tuesday, the Finance Minister had strongly defended his steps to tackle inflation. He compared the current prices with the rates six months before the UPA was voted out of power and said that the tax burden on households has not increased in the GST system. With the opposition targeting the rise in prices of daily necessities, Sitharaman compared the current prices of tomatoes, onions and potatoes with the November 2013 rates and said the rates were stable.

The Finance Minister had admitted in the Lok Sabha on Monday that the country was facing inflationary pressures, but said that the central government has been able to keep it below 7 per cent despite problems like COVID-19 and Omicron. Replying to the discussion on price hike, he had said in the lower house that efforts are being made to bring down retail inflation below 7 per cent.

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