Rahul Gandhi trying to scare global, domestic investors: Piyush Goyal


Responding to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s allegations that BJP rigged the exit polls to help market players rake in undue gains in the share market, BJP leader Piyush Goyal yesterday said that Gandhi is misleading the share market investors.

In a press conference a short while back, Goyal said, “Rahul Gandhi has hurled baseless allegations on BJP. His comments are targeted to create a sense of fear in the Indian equity market so that the foreign and domestic investors do not invest.” Goyal added that PM Modi has assured that the country will become the third largest economy in the third term of the government.

Earlier, Gandhi said in a press conference that during the elections Prime Minister Narendra Modi and home minister Amit Shah said stock market will rally on the result day. “On June 1, the media released incorrect exit polls, even though the internal survey of BJP gave 220 seats to the party. On June 3, the stock market soared to record breaking highs, but crashed on June 4. On May 31, there was massive stock activity with colossal volumes and participation from big investors and FII. Subsequently, the retail investors lose ₹30 lakh crore. This is the biggest scam in the history of the Indian stock market,” Gandhi said.

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