A key Congress panel headed by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday met for the primary time and mentioned vital points earlier than the nation reminiscent of revival of the MSME sector, clean crop procurement and migrant points amid the nationwide lockdown.
The Congress will quickly put together an in depth plan for revival of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) along with steps to make sure clean crop procurement and resolving migrants’ points and can put it earlier than the central authorities, senior Congress chief Jairam Ramesh mentioned.
Ramesh, who’s a member of the celebration’s consultative group on COVID-19 headed by Singh, mentioned the Congress has urged the federal government to submit by means of direct profit transfers Rs 7500 in all Jan Dhan accounts, all pension accounts and people beneath the PM-Kisan scheme.
Ramesh additionally mentioned the previous prime minister and Rahul Gandhi, who additionally participated within the assembly, confused that precedence be given to the MSME sector due to its social and financial significance because it is without doubt one of the largest job suppliers within the nation.
“We have worked out a very concrete MSME revival package which we will submit to the central government in a day or two,” he informed reporters at a press convention by means of video conferencing.
Ramesh mentioned each Singh and Gandhi additionally confused on the necessity for making constructive suggestions to the federal government to make sure clean crop procurement and backbone of migrants’ points.
“I am sure a compassionate, responsible government can find funds to provide for the vulnerable,” he mentioned when requested if the nation had funds of this nature to spare.
Ramesh alleged that the Centre was busy “destabilising” the Madhya Pradesh authorities and was “caught napping in preparation for managing COVID-19” and the motion was delayed. He mentioned he hoped the federal government would “come down from its pedestal” and constructively settle for the options put forth by the Congress.