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Aug 27, 2019

BJP hits back at Rahul over RBI surplus funds transfer

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BJP has hit back at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for criticizing the government on the cash transfer by the RBI.

Talking to media in New Delhi today, BJP spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao took a dig at Mr. Gandhi's remark that the Prime Minister and the Finance Minister are clueless about the economic situation. He said if there is anyone who is clueless about anything, it is Rahul Gandhi. Mr Rao said the Congress leader is clueless about why his party ended up losing elections one after another. The BJP leader asserted that India's economy is very safe under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and it is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world.  

Earlier, Rahul Gandhi attacked the government over the record cash transfer by the RBI and questioned the move. 

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