Nationalist Congress Party South launches aggressive protest at Sakkardara Chowk against gas, petrol, diesel price hike and huge inflation. Done funeral march of gas cylinder in square to protest against central government
The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) South Nagpur today staged an aggressive protest against the central government at Sakkardara Chowk against gas, petrol, diesel, edible oil, fuel price hike, inflation, unemployment and a sinking banking system. Activists staged protests against inflation and done funeral marchprotested against the central government.
For the first time in history, petrol price has gone up by Rs. 105. The price of a gas cylinder has gone up by 25.50 paise, from Rs 450 in 2014 to Rs 850. The huge price hike and inflation has made it a budget model for all. The general public is worried about survival. Freight traffic has also increased. On the one hand, in the face of unbearable inflation, interest on small savings has been halved to 6.50%.
About 30% of the people in the country depend on the interest earned on savings. However, due to the continuously declining interest rates on savings, the senior citizen is scared. The question before him is whether he will live or die. Corona on the one hand and huge inflation on the other, closed industries and unemployment have created a dire situation. The central government is playing with the lives of citizens by trampling on human values while corona is prevalent in urban and rural areas.
Disaster-stricken farmers are worried about how to cultivate due to rising fuel and fertilizer prices. Due to the lockdown, industries have sunk, unemployment has risen sharply. The banking system is in trouble. Due to the collapse of the market system, the produce of the farmers is deteriorating. On the one hand, the inflation rate has reached 13%, on the other hand, the central government’s tax on fuel has reached 5 lakh 28 thousand. Banks have earned about 4 lakh crore rupees by reducing interest rates on small savings. The question of where the government is spending remains unanswered.
The high cost of transportation has adversely affected the livelihood of the business community. The merchant class is in trouble. The Modi government’s entire economic policy has proved ineffective. The country is in financial crisis. Inflation has risen tremendously, but Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Dr. Nirmala Sitharaman is not saying anything which issurprising commen man
The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has warned that the protest against petrol, fuel, gas, inflation and inflation should be withdrawn immediately or else the agitation will intensify. The event was organized by South Nagpur under the leadership of Shri Ashok Katle and Shrikant Shivankar.
City President Duneshwar Pethe, Dinanath Padole, Anil Ahirkar, Bajrang Singh Parihar, Rajabhau Taksale, Janba Maske, Abha Pandey, Prashant Pawar, Ishwar Balbudhe, Wasim Patel, Varsha Shamkule, Yogendra Jais, Mohsin Sheikh, Mehboob Pathan, Vikram Parihar, Kalla Nayak, Eknath Falke Rizwan Ansari, Swati Kumbhalkar, Avinash Sherekar, Nagesh Vdidmuthe, Vijay Gawande, Gopal Thakur, Deepak Bangle, Vijay Pannase, Rajendra Panchbhai, Mahesh Deshpande, Anil Akotkar, Vinod Kavale, Prashant Tijare, Shabnam, Kanija Begum, Akshay Paroji Deva Sayad Khizar Ali Mohammad Tousif Javed Painter Tarendra Borkar Mustakim Ansari Mohammad Shobi and many activists were present. and others were present on the occasion.