Rahul’s constructive COVID-19 strategy
Rahul Gandhi is striving hard on constructive COVID-19 combat policy, suggestions based on interactions with experts are the need of the hour, only if the govt chooses to rise beyond politics
India's battle against corona gets tough with continuous surge in cases as lockdown 3.0 gets relaxed
As the government claims, it's doing enough, Rahul Gandhi has been pointing out the scope for improvement
Rahul Gandhi is the first Indian leader to alarm the government about coronavirus in February
Rahul Gandhi goes on to make constructive suggestions to overcome the pandemic
Since his first media briefing post pandemic on April 16, Rahul Gandhi proactively strives to contribute
India is now under an extended lockdown with over 53,000 positive cases
Lakhs of migrants and those from the working class stare at an uncertain future.
Conversation with former RBI chief Raghuram Rajan attempted to find ways to reopen the economy
Another such interaction with Nobel laureate economist Dr.Abhijeet Banerjee suggested road to recovery
The government needs to accept the constructive suggestions to defeat the virus
Rahul Gandhi said, " we can defeat the virus if we fight it together, we lose if we fight with each other."
The former Congress president repeatedly stressed on the need for all political parties to work together during the crisis.
Congress chief Sonia Gandhi too contributed with suggestions several times over the past two months
Rahul Gandhi has been offering the best way forward to fight the coronavirus pandemic and its fallout on India’s economy.
These suggestions are based on his interaction with subject experts of health and the economy
Earlier Rahul had said that the lockdown is “not a solution” but a “pause button” against the virus.
Congress leader has been reiterating his demand to ramp up testing by random sampling
The need for a bigger and better stimulus package to help the migrants is being emphasized by Rahul
Former Congress president has asked for suggestions from public for a stimulus package for MSMEs
Congress continues to raise issues of millions of stranded migrant labourers turned jobless due to sudden lockdown