‘Maharashtra hit by grave economic slowdown,’ says former PM Manmohan Singh

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The Congress leader also said that Maharashta is leading in farmer suicides and has been hit by a grave economic slowdown.

Government’s apathy is affecting Indians, former prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh said on Thursday in Mumbai during a press conference. The Congress leader also said that Maharashtra is leading in farmer suicides and has been hit by a grave economic slowdown.

“Maharashtra today is a leader in farmer suicides. Economic slowdown, government’s apathy is affecting aspirations and the future of Indians,” said Dr Manmohan Singh. “Mumbai and Maharashtra have had to face some of the worst effects of grave economic slowdown. The state has highest factory shutdowns in last five years.”

The Congress leader stressed on the decline in manufacturing growth rate of Maharashtra for 4th consecutive year.

“Much advertised double engine model of governance on which BJP seeks votes has utterly failed. Manufacturing growth rate of Maharashtra has been declining for 4th consecutive year,” he said.

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