Opposition Thursday attacked the government over rising inflation and said its failure to pursue reforms aggressively through the maiden budget would make India vulnerable to changes in global economy.
Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Monday hit out at the Centre over inflation and price rise and claimed that the hopes raised by BJP before the polls have now turned into disappointment for the people.
Monsoon deficit has come down to 31-32 per cent with rains picking up in July across the country giving relief to farmers, Government said on Sunday asserting that there is "no reason to be unnecessarily alarmist".
There is no shortage of onions, potatoes and tomatoes in Delhi and the current stock of these items in the national capital is higher than what it was in the corresponding period last year, Delhi government claimed on Sunday.
Rajasthan Congress today held a protest here, accusing BJP of "betraying" people by failing to take measures to curb inflation and not providing them relief after coming to power both at Centre and the state.
BSP MLAs in Uttar Pradesh Assembly today protested against the Central government over rising prices and SP government in the state over law and order situation, leading to the adjournment of the House for over an hour due to which the Question Hour could not be held.
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati told media here on Monday that the party has proposed that the issue of inflation should be taken up on priority in the Rajya Sabha during the Budget Session of Parliament.
Congress today launched a scathing attack on the NDA government over price rise and ridiculed Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan for attributing food inflation to hoarding and other reasons.
Communist Party of India leader Atul Anjan alleged that the government is not able to stop black marketing and hoarding because these black marketeers and hoarders supported Bharatiya Janata Party during elections and also financed Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s election campaigns.