Popular YouTuber Dhruv Rathee has sent shockwaves across the nation with a rather sensational post on his Facebook page, in which he alleges that in the current dismal economic atmosphere in the country, only organizations favored by the BJP, are making profits.
The controversial YouTuber, through a post, alleged that only organizations, which are allied with the BJP party, are making profits, before going on to name the organizations, which are incurring losses.
Mentioning the names of the companies which are reportedly incurring losses, Dhruv Rathee mentions:
"Vodafone is in loss of ₹50,000 Crore
Airtel is in loss of ₹23,000 Crore
BSNL is in loss of ₹14,000 Crore
MTNL is in loss of ₹755 Crore
BPCL is in loss of ₹750 Crore
SAIL is in loss of ₹286 Crore
AIR India is in loss of ₹4600 Crore
Spice Jet is in loss of ₹463 Crore
Indigo is in loss of ₹1062 Crore
BHEL is in loss of ₹219 Crore
India Post is in loss of ₹15,000 Crore
GMR Infra is in loss of ₹561 Crore
YES Bank is in loss of ₹600 Crore
Union Bank is in loss of ₹1190 Crore
PNB Bank is in loss of ₹4750 Crore
Axis Bank is in loss of ₹112 Crore"
"Then who is making profit?", Rathee asks, pointing out the following numbers as an answer to his own question. Rathee states that, "Reliance Jio is in profit of ₹990 Crore, Adani is in profit of ₹102 Crore; and the ruling BJP is in profit of ₹1034 Crore."
It may be mentioned here that the BJP led Government in the country has the tendency to favor certain organizations.
Meanwhile, the world’s second-largest mobile operator, Vodafone, has issued an ultimatum to the Indian government that it would not pump in more capital in India.
Following this, the British media is calling Vodafone’s ultimatum a “potentially disastrous but fitting end to Vodafone’s big bet on India” where the destruction of value has been complete.
According to British media reports, Vodafone’s CEO Nick Read has for all practical purposes, issued an ultimatum to the Indian government. Vodafone is scheduled to give its half-year report on Tuesday.
Read’s ultimatum communicated, “Either they should take their boots off the neck of the industry and allow it to better compete with Mukesh Ambani on 5G, or Vodafone Idea is destined for a potentially chaotic final act with potential repercussions for India”s international standing.”
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