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Industrialist's painful message at Rahul Gandhi's meet goes viral

Monday, January 25, 2021 • Telugu Comments

Industrialists painful message at Rahul Gandhis meet goes viral

A pained industrialist by the name of KE Raghunathan of the Consortium of Indian Associations was recently present at Rahul Gandhi's meet with the representatives of MSMEs in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. Raghunathan, who is the CMD of Solkar Solar Industry, expressed his agony in the presence of the Congress party leader by talking about the struggle that small entrepreneurs have had to go through.

Industrialists painful message at Rahul Gandhis meet goes viral

In the video, which was shared by Rahul on Twitter, the industrialist is seen saying that India has moved from Skill India, Digital India, Make in India to Fund India. By Fund India, he means to say that we are dependent on the FDI. "There are 7.5 crore small entrepreneurs in the country. Almost 30% of enterprises are defunct. This has affected more than 2.1 crore individuals and 20 crore people dependent on them for livelihood," Raghunathan said, adding that Rahul must do something about it by voicing the concerns of the entrepreneurial class.

Sharing the message, Rahul said that this is the outcome of the Narendra Modi government's policy to crush people’s hopes and needs and work only for a few crony capitalists.

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