Covid19, GST will be future Harvard case studies on failure, says Rahul

Rahul Gandhi said that covid-19, demonetisation and weaknesses related to Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be the subject of study at Harvard Business School in future.

Yogita S.
Published on: 6 July 2020 7:50 AM GMT
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New Delhi: In order to prevent the spread of corona infection, the central government imposed a lockdown. On that time PM said that the corona would be finished in 21 days of lockdown. In this regard, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi lashed out at the Central Government. Rahul Gandhi said that covid-19, demonetisation and weaknesses related to Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be the subject of study at Harvard Business School in future.

HBS will teach GST related failures: Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi has shared a tweet on the decision taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on all the decisions on the country's problems so far and tweeted that in the future 'Harvard Business will teach covid-19, Demonetisation and GST related failures subject of study in school'.

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On Monday, 24248 new cases of covid-19 reported in the country and 425 more people died due to this virus. With this, the total number of infected people and deaths in the country has increased to 6,97,413 and 19,693 respectively.

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Congress on Sunday accused the government of wasting lockdown time. By not increasing health infrastructure and buying substandard ventilators for covid-19 patients. Former party president Rahul Gandhi alleged, 'The lives of Indians are being endangered by the opacity in PM Cares and public funds are being used to buy inferior materials.'

Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala had also alleged on Govt. He had tweeted, 'Ventilator scam. Out of Rs 2,000 crore allocated for 50 thousand ventilators, only 1340 ventilators were supplied till June 23. Open tender did not happen. Poor quality. They purchased for four lakh rupees instead of the amount of Rs 1.5 lakh per ventilator.'

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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