Rahul Gandhi’s statement on stock market is misleading: Piyush Goyal

The result of the Lok Sabha elections was declared on 4 June. On this day, the stock market crashed by more than 5 thousand points. Millions of people suffered losses. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi held a press conference on this today. In this press conference, Rahul Gandhi called the crash of the stock market a scam. Explaining the chronology, he said that Amit Shah said that buy shares before 4 June. On 19 May, Modi ji said that the stock market is going to break all records on 4 June. Modi ji again gives the same statement on 28 May. On 1 June, the media shows wrong exit polls. BJP’s internal survey said that they are getting 220 seats. BJP leaders knew this. On 3 June, the stock market broke all records and on 4 June the stock market goes underground. Rahul Gandhi demanded a JPC investigation into this.

Now BJP leader Piyush Goyal gave clarification on this by holding a press conference. He said on Rahul Gandhi’s statement, what will happen to the promises made by Rahul Gandhi in the elections. Fulfill the promise of giving 1 lakh rupees to women. Rahul Gandhi should fulfill it instead of threatening investors. The biggest benefit of this has been to Indian investors. Foreign investment has decreased. The number of Indian investors has increased. India’s market was 67 lakh crores during the UPA government. Today it has increased to 415 lakh crores. Investors from India and abroad are being threatened so that they do not invest.

Piyush Goyal said that there are fluctuations in the market. Rahul Gandhi is trying to mislead the market investors by making false allegations against BJP leaders. Piyush Goyal said that during the successful tenure of the Modi government, our market cap has crossed 5 trillion dollars. India has achieved this under the able leadership of PM Modi. Today India’s equity market is the cap of the 5 largest economies of the world, one of them is India’s. The market cap of PSUs has increased almost 4 times during the tenure of the Modi government.


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