P Chidambaram hits the PM for his comments in Bangkok

NEW DELHI: The main leader of Congress, P Chidambaram, hit the Prime Minister on Tuesday Narendra Modi about your comments on Bangkok , saying that he should have also talked about the drop in investment, growth, credit and business confidence in India.

Chidambaram, who is currently accused of alleged corruption in the case of INX Media, said the prime minister should have said that unemployment has also increased and there are indications that new loans are becoming bad loans.

At Bangkok, the PM spoke about things that are rising and things that are falling in India. The list was incomplete.

I should have added that the investment is falling; Central sector growth is falling; industry credit is falling; consumer demand is falling; and business confidence is falling, he said.

Chidambaram, who asked his family to tweet on his behalf, said: He should also have said that unemployment rose to 8.5 percent and there are indications that new loans granted in the last three years are becoming bad loans. .

The prime minister had told a group of influential business leaders in Bangkok on Sunday it was the best time to be in India and that many things such as foreign direct investment , the ease of doing business, the ease of life and productivity are increasing, while tax rates, red upholstery, corruption and buddy are in decline.

The former Union minister has criticized the management of the economy by the Modi government and has said that this is the reason he is being attacked.