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As GDP slumps to three-year low at 5.7 %, Congress hits out at Centre over DeMo, GST

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As GDP slumps to three-year low at 5.7 %, Congress hits out at Centre over DeMo, GST

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The disappointing GDP figures for the April-June quarter come at a time when the Centre is already facing harsh criticism over the purported failure of demonetisation, with the RBI claiming that 99 per cent of banned notes made their way back to various commercial banks

Even as the Centre was trying hard to defend Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 10-month old demonetisation move amid counter-claims that almost established how the move to curb black money had failed miserably, the latest GDP figures – 5.7 per cent for the April-June quarter – have further strengthened the argument that noteban was bad for the economy.

On Thursday, data released by the government revealed that the economic growth of India had slipped to a three-year low of 5.7 per cent in April-June, possibly due to disruptions caused by demonetisation and the rollout of the Goods and Services Tax regime and a slowdown of the manufacturing sector which itself was a result of a combination of noteban and GST rollout. GDP stood at 6.1 per cent in the preceding quarter. A revised growth of 7.9 per cent had been pegged by the government for the first quarter of 2016-17.

The latest GDP data has come, by Union finance minister Arun Jaitley’s own confession, as a “matter of concern”. The Congress party – which had been steadfast in its criticism of demonetisation and also the manner in which the GST rollout took place – has expectedly hit out at the Centre for the slump in the GDP growth figures.

As businesses destocked inventories ahead of the GST kick-off from July 1, gross value added (GVA) in manufacturing declined to a low of 1.2 per cent, from 10.7 per cent, year on year. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth in the first quarter of 2017-18 was lower than 6.1 per cent of the preceding one and 7.9 per cent in the same period last fiscal.

The finance minister admitted that the slump in the GDP was fuelled by the GST rollout, although he didn’t count demonetisation as a reason for the same. “Since it was announced that GST would come into operation from July 1, most manufacturers were de-stocking during period April-June. As a result, trading went up because sales were taking place but it was stocks which were being sold. No new manufacturing happened,” Jaitley said, adding that the slump in GDP “seems to be the pre-GST impact of de-stocking”.

When asked about whether the GDP can grow at 7 percent this fiscal, Jaitley said, “I am hopeful, because of the pre-GST de-stocking, this would really be the bottoming out.”

As GDP slumps to three-year low at 5.7 %, Congress hits out at Centre over DeMo, GSTFormer finance minister P Chidambaram, who has already been vociferous in his criticism of the manner in which the GST rollout took place and of demonetisation since the RBI admitted that 99 per cent of banned Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes had been deposited back with the banks, took to Twitter to hit out at the Centre over the decline in the GDP numbers, which he called a “catastrophe”.[/vc_column_text][vc_raw_html]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[/vc_raw_html][vc_column_text]Economic experts too admitted that the slump in GDP was due to a combination of the GST rollout and impact of demonetisation.

Abheek Barua, Chief Economist of the HDFC BANK said, “GDP numbers are certainly disappointing. The numbers seem to suggest that the slowdown from last quarter has intensified due to the combination of long-term slowdown and temporary shock factors like demonetisation and GST (goods and services tax) destocking… We have to revise our GDP outlook numbers for the full year closer or perhaps lower than 7 percent.”

Noted economist Arup Kumar too expressed similar views, saying “demonetisation has been a complete and utter failure and its impact on the GDP growth figures is evident… the GST rollout too has taken its toll on economic growth and I don’t see the impact of either of these factors, especially demonetisation, waning for at least another quarter”.

It is perhaps timely to recall that in late November 2016, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had – while addressing the Rajya Sabha – called demonetisation a ‘mammoth tragedy’ and warned about a 2 percent hit on GDP in the aftermath of the demonetisation. The Narendra Modi government and demonetisation cheerleaders had then rubbished Singh’s prophecy. After 10 months of demonetisation, with no major tangible gains from the exercise and a severe hit on the economy, Dr Manmohan Singh is probably having the last laugh now.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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Goa sanctions financial assistance to 8 startups, 1 IT company under startup and IT policy

Chief Minister Pramod Sawant and IT, Tourism Minister Rohan Khaunte, and chairman ITG Dr Chandrakant Shetye gave the cheques to the startups at an event.

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Goa government on Thursday sanctioned financial assistance to eight start-ups and one IT company under Goa startup and IT policy.

Chief Minister Pramod Sawant and IT, Tourism Minister Rohan Khaunte, and chairman ITG Dr Chandrakant Shetye gave the cheques to the startups at an event. Addressing the media, Rohan Khaunte said talent is the major challenge as Goa goes ahead with IT reforms and with this scheme, the state is moving ahead in getting the right talent.

Highlighting the brain drain in Goa, Khaunte said the state allows preferred talent to groom up to reduce the brain drain and increase employment opportunities in the state. He further said with ease of doing business, setting talent in the right direction and making manpower available is the need of the hour.

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He also informed that the state is working in a collaborative manner to make Goa an IT Creative Capital of India.

In November, Goa IT and Tourism minister Rohan Khaunte spoke at the India International Trade Fair that took place in New Delhi.

Speaking at the event, Khaunte said the state government is working on a plan to use technology to allow visitors to work flexibly. He also said Goa’s IT industry has a promising future.

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MCD Elections 2022: Can’t buy booze in Delhi for 3 days, check dates here

Notably, dry days are days when the government prohibits the sale of alcohol in shops, bars, clubs, etc.

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MCD Elections 2022

The Delhi Excise Department on Thursday banned the sale of alcohol in the national capital for 3 days starting from December 2 ahead of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections 2022.

The three-day ban will begin from the time the campaigning for the civic polls ends until the completion of voting. The sale of alcohol will also be prohibited on December 7 which is the date of counting.

The Excise Department released a notification and said in view of the civic polls in Delhi, the State Election Commission has declared dry days from 5:30 pm on December 2, 2022, to December 4, 2022, up to 5:30 pm and again on December 7, 2022, on the day of the counting of the vote in the whole of NCT of Delhi.

Notably, dry days are days when the government prohibits the sale of alcohol in shops, bars, clubs, etc. Reports also said the Excise Department and Delhi Police will patrol the national capital to prevent any unauthorised storage of liquor or transportation of unauthorised liquor in the city.

This year, MCD Elections will see a triangular contest between the Aam Aadmi Party, Bharatiya Janata Party, and Congress.

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WardsCongress candidatesAAP candidatesBJP candidates
Abul FazalenclaveAriba KhanWajid KhanCharan Singh
Adarsh NagarVirender Kumar GoelMukesh GoelAnubhav Dhir
AlipurRai Singh MannDeep KhatriYogesh Rana
Aman ViharSuresh Chand GuptaRavinder BhardwajNarendra Manral
Amar ColonyDevendra BasoyaJitender KumarSharad Kapoor
Anand ViharRajiv ChaudharyRahul JainDr Monika Pant
AnarkaliMadhu RaniRekha DikshitMeenakshi Sharma
Andrews GanjPooja YadavAnita BaisoyaPriti Bhati
Ashok NagarNiti GargSushma SisodiaReena Maheshwari
Ashok ViharManishaRita KhariPoonam Bhardwaj
Aya NagarSheetalHimani AmbavataManisha Chaudhary
Azad NagarVaryam KaurMinni RathoreNeelam Jitu Chaudhary
AzadpurRitu SinghMannu GuptaSuman Sharma
BadarpurRainoo KumariManju DeviVeena Pawan Rahi
BakhtawarpurJyoti UpadhyayBabita ChauhanJanta Devi
Baljeet NagarUmaDr Ronakshi SharmaAyushi Tiwari
BallimaranSalik KhanMohd. SadikRamdev Sharma
BanknerAnand Kumar KhatriDinesh BhardwajVinod Bharadwaj
BaprolaJatin SehrawatRavinder SolankiMahesh Tripathi
BawanaKuldeep SehrawatPawan SehrawatBrahmprakash
Bazar Sita RamSeema TahiraRafia MahirSonia Shrivastav
BegumpurSonu TomarDharmender KumarJai Bhagwan Yadav
BhajanpuraAjeet SInghRekha RaniRamraj Tiwari
BhalswaAshok YadavAjit YadavLallu Singh Thakur
BhatiJoginder TanwarSunder TanwarRamvir Tanwar
BijwasanSatyendar RanaNarender Jatt RanaJaiveer Rana
Binda PurPreeti KumariKrishna RaghavSudha Sharma
Braham PuriPriyanka RawatChaaya SharmaKavita Sharma
Brij PuriNazia KhatoonAafreen NaazNirmal Sharma
Budh ViharVinod DabasAmrit Lal JainRajpal Garg
BurariNitin TyagiAashish TyagiAnil Tyagi
Chandani MahalMohd. HamidAale IqbalIrfan Malik
Chandni ChowkRahul SharmaPunardeep Singh Swahney (Sabby)Ravinder Kumar Kaptan
Chauhan BangerShagufta ChaudharyAasma RehmanSaba Gaji
Chaukhandi NagarRamesh YadavSunil ChaddhaSuman Kherwal
ChhatarpurManisha KhatanaPinky TyagiShikha Tyagi
ChhawalaSukhbir SinghJeeta NambardarShashi Yadav
Chhitranjan ParkBhawna GuptaKrishan JakharRakesh Guliya
Chirag DelhiVandana SainiAsha ThakurKanchan Bhadana Chaudhary
Civil LinesCharan DassVikas TankSardar Avtar Singh
DabriSameer TiwariTillotma ChaudharyVinay Chauhan
Dakshin PuriAnil KhairwalPrem ChauhanRaj Kumar Chautala
DaryaganjFarhad SuriSarika ChaudharyLalit Bhamri
DayalpurTara SinghKamal GaurPuneet Sharma
Delhi GateDiptiKiranDeepti Vidyarthi
DeoliManju SinghalSneh LataAnita Singhal
Dev Nagar  —Mahesh KhichiGhanshyam Chetiwal
DhirpurChanchal ChabraNeha AggarwalNeelam Budhiraja
Dichaon KalanKomal Prakash DevAnita PandeyNeelam Krishan Pahalwan
Dilshad ColonySantosh Sunil MittalBehn PreetiSanrika Sharma Jha
Dilshad GardenVinod KumarPraveen KasanaVeer Singh Pawar
Dwarka-AManoj Kumar GuptaCapt. ShaliniRam Niwas Gehlot
Dwarka-BSunita MallikSudha SinhaKamaljeet Sehrawat
Dwarka-CNeha LambaSunitaSushma Godara
East Patel Nagar —Dr Shelly OberoiDeepali Kapoor
Fateh NagarAnuheet KaurRaminder KaurMukul Agarwal
Gandhi NagarAnjana SharmaRakhi SharmaPriya Kamboj
Gautam PuriMohd RiyasatAnil JainSatya Sharma
Geeta ColonyKanika KwatraKawaljeet KaurNima Bhagat
GharoliVidhya DeviPriyanka GautamSunita Gautam
GhondaReetu ChaudharyVidyawati ChaudharyPreeti Gupta
Gokal PuriSavitaSomwati ChaudharyNirmala Jatav
Gorakh ParkArtiPriyanka SaxenaKusum Tomar
Govind PuriManpreet SinghVijay SheriyarShri Chandraprakash
Greater KailashShakuntala DahimaAjit Kaur PasrichaShika Rai
Green ParkHawa Singh TokasSarita PhogatManoj Garg
Guru Harkishan NagarAnu GulatiShweta KheraMonika Goyal
Hari NagarDinesh JainRajesh LadiShyam Sharma
Hari Nagar ExtensionRajender SindwaniNikhil ChapranaMithilesh Singh
Harkesh NagarVineetaMamta PratapMamta Tundelkar
Harsh ViharTarawatiRakhi YadavLaxmi Mahor
HastsalSunita YadavKamal BhardwajSuman Pawan Singhal
Hauz KhasPawan VashishthNeha MishraSumitra Dahiya
Holambi KalanMonika choudharyRachna SethiArchana
Inder PuriSunil BagriJyoti GautamMohan Lal Dayma
IP ExtensionArti MehrolPinki KharabAmrita Pachauri
IsapurPooja KaushikShivdutt KaushikSuman Dagar
Jagat PuriMustkeem KhanTimsy SharmaRaju Sai Sachdeva
Jahangir PuriSunita DeviHema VohraDivya Jha
JaitpurSana FatimaSultana AabadRachna Mishra
Jama MasjidShahin ParveenGeetu SabarwalAsha Verma
Janakpuri SouthGeetaDimple AhujaVeena Rani Garg
Janakpuri WestAnushree KhutelSantosh ChilwalUrmila Chawla
JawalapuriVeena ChauhanGagan ChaudharyBrijesh Rai
Jharoda   —Avdhesh ChoubeyPankaj Luthra
JhilmilPuneet ManchandaRoshan Lal SagarRajkumar
JoharipurMunesh KumarSajid KhanVimla Tridev Bhadoriya
Kabir NagarMohd. ShahnawazMunesh SharmaVinod Gupta
KadipurRuma RanaSudesh GahlotUrmila Rana
KakrolaIndrawati SinghShivani ChauhanPawan Kumar Tomar
KalkajiNarindra Kaur CaptainBunty GautamYogita Singh
KalyanpuriBhola SinghKiran Gupta SethiRajkumar Dhillon
Kamla NagarAshima GandhiSandeep DabasRenu Agarwal
KanjhawalaJoginderAarti YadavVarun Saini
KapasheraLaxmi DeviRakesh JoshiSunita Yadav
Karam PuraSatdev GoyalAsha BansalRajiv Girotra
Karawal Nagar – EastSaroj BaghelJitender BansalSatpal Singh
Karawal Nagar-WestDharmender BhaiyaMukesh YadavShimla Devi
Kardam PuriSanjay GourUrmila GautamMukesh Bansal
Karol BaghPoojaPoonam NirmalUsha Lavadiya
Keshav PuramPankaj SharmaVikas GoelYogesh Verma
KeshopurMahinder KheraSachin TyagiHarish Oberoi
KhanpurDeepikaSuman GuptaMamta Yadav
KhyalaRajwati ChandelaShilpa KaurParamjeet Kaur
KirariRahul MathurRamesh PradhanUrmila Choudhary
Kishan GanjPrerna SinghPooja Maan SinghGeeta Nagar
Kohat EnclaveDushyant KumarN RajaRavi Hans
KondliJyotiVinita DedhaMunesh Dedha
Kotla MubarakpurRenuRinu MittalKusumlata Chaudhary
Krishna NagarPradeep KumarJugal AroraSandeep Kapoor
Kunwar Singh NagarKrishna DeviRajbala LakraShashi Prabha Solanki
Lado SaraiAnitaRajeev ChaudharyPravesh Sejwal
Lajpat Nagar  —Subhash MalhotraSardar Arjun Pal Singh Marwah
Lalita ParkChandani SiddiquiShweta NigamHimanshi Pandey
Laxmi NagarSunita DhawanMeenakshi SharmaAlka Raghav
MadangirDoliSantosh RaniManisha Chandrapal
Madanpur Khadar EastJeewan SinghSonu ChauhanDr Lekhraj
Madanpur Khadar WestVijay PalKaramvir BidhuriBraham Singh
Madhu ViharEsha BishnoiNeha ChauhanShailendri Pradhan
MadipurSant Prakash GangwalSahil GangwalSunita Kangda
Mahaveer EnclaveAmar TiwariPraveen RajpootAjeet Singh
Mahavir EnclaveJai kiranAjay RaiRaj Kumar
MahipalpurKunal SehrawatJoginder SehrawatIndrajeet Sehrawat
Malka GanjMamtaGuddi DeviRekha Amarnath Jatav
Malviya NagarVandana SainiLeena KumariDr. Nandini Sharma
MandawaliUsha ChaudharyReena TomerShashi Chandna
ManglapuriJoginder Kishor (Singhal)Narender GirsaVijay Veer Solanki
Mangol PuriDeepak KumarRajesh KumarShashi Sood
Mangolpuri-AOm PrakashRakesh JatavAshok Bidlan
Mangolpuri-BPoojaSuman SavariaRajeshwari Jaswant
MatialaNeelam VatsRajnish MatialaAnuradha Sharma
MaujpurVinod KumarAnil JainAnil Gaur
Mayur Vihar Phase-1Ranjna Kumar BhatiBeena BalguherPrema Devi
Mayur Vihar Phase-2Heera Singh RawatDevender ChaudharyBipin Bihari Singh
MeethapurAmiri DeviRita AwanaGuddi Chaudhary
MehrauliPushpa SinghRekha ChaudharyArti Singh Yadav
Model TownJK DabarNathuram NagarVikesh Sethi
Mohan GardenPardeep Kumar KarhanaSurender KaushikShyam Mishra
MolarbandRajvir SharmaHem Chand GoyalGagan Kasana
Moti NagarNeelam NijhawanAlka DhingraRitu Madan
MubarikpurDiwakar MittalRajesh LalaRamdayal Mahto
Mukherjee NagarRajeev KhuranaAntul KohliSardar Raja Iqbal Singh
MukundpurShyam Singh SisodiyaAjay SharmaGulab Singh Rathore
MundkaSurendra Kumar LakraAnil LakraGajendr Daraal
MunirkaAnita TokasRajbala TokasRama Tokas
MustafabadSabila BeghumDr NasreenShabnam Malik
NajafgarhSatbir SharmaRajbir DabasAmit Khadkadi
Nand NagriMohanRamesh BaisiyaRinku Kumar
Nangal ThakranKomalManisha NainBabita Dabas
Nangli SakrawatiKranti JhaGeetu ShokeenSavita Sharma
NangloiSangeeta SinghHemlata LadlaBabita Kirar
Nangloi JatKaushilyaVijaylaxmi YadavPoonam Saini
NarainaRam Kumar TanwarVijender GarUmang Bajaj
NarelaNirmala DeviShweta KhatriKeshrani Khatri
NawadaSarla ChaudharyNirmala SharmaRinku Gehlot
Nehru ViharAleemPravesh ChaudharyArun Singh Bhati
New Ashok NagarVishal KumarAnita HakamSanjeev Singh
Nihal ViharMandeep SinghAshok BhardwajShivangi Pandey
NilothiPoonam SharmaBabina ShokeenBibi Kuljeet Kaur
NithariHaseenaMamta GuptaSona Ranjeet Choudhary
Pahar GanjDharmesh RaikwarAmarnath RajpootManish Chadha
PalamDilbag Singh SolankiVishnu PanditSeema Pandit
Pandav NagarPraveen SharmaVijay Shishodia (Sonu)Yashpal Kaintura
Paschim ViharDushyant YadavShllu DuggalVineet Vohra
PatparganjRatna SharmaSeema Mann SinghRenu Chaudhary
PitampuraRajiv Kumar SharmaSanju JainAmit Nagpal
Pooth KalanRaj Bala DabasRitu SolankiKavita Solanki
Pooth KurdNirmalaUmindra RanaAnju Aman Dabas
Preet ViharChander Mohan SharmaRamesh PanditRamesh Garg
Prem NagarMuskanMunni PanwarNillu Singh
Pul PehladpurSatish KumarRakesh LohiaMunshi Ram
Punjabi BaghShivani MendirattaManoj TayalSuman Tyagi
Pushp ViharLakhmi ChandArun NawariyaNaresh Sankhla
Quraish NagarArfaShamim BanoShamina Raja
Raghubir NagarPinki ValmikiDharamveerUrmila Gangwal
Raj NagarKrishna SharmaPratima AnandAruna Rawat
Rajinder NagarCheena MalikPoonam BhardwajManika Nischal
Rajouri GardenVandana SinghAarti ChawlaShashi Talwar
Ram NagarSulakshnaPriya ChandelaKamal Bagdi
Ram Nagar EastParmanand SharmaDharmendra MahawarChandraprakash Sharma
Ramesh NagarGurpreet Singh (Raja)Anil GautamPradeep Tiwari
Rani BaghAnju KhuranaPunit RaiJyoti Agarwal
Rani KheraNirmala VatsMithlesh PathakSushila Mathur
Ranjeet NagarRajesh Kumar ChillarManisha KaralaTej Ram Phore
RithalaAjay Kumar SinghAnkush NarangNarendra Solanki
RK PuramShanti SwaroopSubham TripathiTulsi Joshi
Rohini-AJagdish JainSanjay ParasharNaveen Garg
Rohini-BShagun BhadanaRekha GoyalKomal Vasisth
Rohini-CJitender AhujaPradeep MittalDharmendra Sharma
Rohini-DPoonam RohillaSuman RanaSmita Kaushik
Rohini-EAjay SherawatAnil MittalPravesh Wahi
Rohini-FSuman KaushikAnshu PriyaRitu Goel
Rohtash NagarSaritaKuldeep MittalSuman Lata Nagar
Roshan PuraJasbir DabasShivani PanchalBanke Pehelwan urf Devendra Dabas
SabapurPraveen KumarBirender Gupta FaujiBrijesh Singh
SaboliNaresh PalJaswant SinghHari Prakash Bahadur
Sadar BazarManisha SharmaUsha SharmaPinki Jain
SadatpurVarshaManoj TyagiNeetu Bisht
Sadh NagarPraveen DograSandhya GaurBibi Inder Kaur
SagarpurGeeta RajputSimmi YadavPoonam Jindal
Said-Ul-AjaibSurender BalharUmmed PhogatRampal Yadav
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PM Modi on Kharge’s Ravan remark, says Congress is competing who can abuse him more

Addressing an election campaign in the Kalol town of Panchmahal district, Modi said the only way to teach Congress a lesson is by voting for Lotus in the second phase of elections in Gujarat.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday hit back at Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge’s Ravan comment and said there’s a competition going on among Congress leaders as to who can use the most abusive words for him and deliver the stinging attack.

Addressing an election campaign in the Kalol town of Panchmahal district, Modi said the only way to teach Congress a lesson is by voting for Lotus in the second phase of elections in Gujarat.

He further said that Congress doesn’t believe in democracy and can go to any extent to please the people. Modi said Congress believes in one family and not democracy. They can do anything to please that one family and that family is everything to them, not democracy.

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Those who never believed in the existence of Lord Ram have now brought in (demon king) Ravan from Ramayana, he said. Further quoting him he said he is surprised they never expressed repentance, and forget about tendering an apology, after using such cuss words for him.

Addressing a large gathering, he further stated a few days back, a Congress leader said Modi will die a dog’s death, and another said Modi will die Hitler’s death. Another said if he gets a chance, he’ll kill Modi himself.

Someone says Ravan, someone says rakshas (demon), someone says cockroach, he said, he is not surprised that Congress calls Modi names, but he is surprised that despite using such words, the Congress never has remorse. Congress thinks it is their right to insult Modi, the Prime Minister of this country, he added.

PM Modi’s remark came just days after Kharge referred to Modi as Ravan while speaking at a rally in Ahmedabad. Kharge questioned whether PM Modi has 100 heads because he is the face of all elections, whether civic or assembly. Modi Ji is the Prime Minister, and all the time he’s talking about himself. How many times do we see your face? How many forms do you have? Do you have 100 heads like Ravan? he stated.

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