Amidst rapidly rising cases of coronavirus in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday (June 18, 2020) that all the indicators that are available show that the economy is ready to get back on track. PMO India tweeted and said that PM Modi, ‘All these indicators are showing that the Indian economy is ready to get back on track. Has moved forward Friends, India has come out of the biggest crisis, it will also come out of it.
However, after the PMO’s tweet, Twitter users have targeted all-around PM Modi. Many users have also criticized Modi for continuously increasing the prices of petrol and diesel. Twitter user Anand Sharma @ sharma13_anand writes, ‘Petrol increased by 6.50 and diesel by Rs 7 per liter in June. Where is the BJP leader screaming at the price hike till 2014? Amit @amitlovesakshat writes, ‘4 years and then India will also come out of the BJP’s Mohapash. We are going to get a new government in UP very soon.
Similarly, Ashish @ aashish4014 writes, ‘How to save a job?’ Bhavika @ BhavikaKapoor5 writes, ‘The chatter does not always work. Our future is bleak. We desperately need a Prime Minister. Bhaskar @Externall_Force writes, ‘PMOs also tweet like a joke. no seriously. Just to say something, to say something. Mayank Kumar Pandit @HumariAwaz writes, ‘Our employment was lost only because of you’. Rishi Goyal @ rishigoyals9mtr writes, ‘Modi sir all Indians are always with you.’ Rajendra Enraged_Indian writes, ‘If the Indicators were really showing a bounce back, wouldn’t you share with us? Anyway, now we are not going to get into the travesty of data. For 6 years, only the figures have been eating.
It is noteworthy that the oil companies have increased the price of petrol and diesel for the 12th consecutive day. Petrol price was increased by 53 paise and diesel by 64 paise per liter on Thursday. In the last 12 days, the total price of petrol has increased by Rs 6.55 and the total price of diesel by Rs 7.04 per liter.
According to the notification issued by the oil marketing companies, the price of petrol in Delhi increased from Rs 77.28 to Rs 77.81 per liter. At the same time, the price of diesel rose from Rs 75.79 to Rs 76.43 per liter. Oil companies reduce or increase the prices of petrol, diesel uniformly across the country in accordance with the changes in the price of petroleum products in the international market, but in the states, the sales tax or price tax levied at different rates locally. (VAT) due to their price varies.