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Affiliate Paul Niehaus and Others Call out Indian Gov’s Tweaked Economic Data | Al Jazeera

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“A group of more than 100 experts have sounded a pre-election alarm over Indian economic data, accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s government of tweaking or burying unwelcoming numbers.

Modi is vulnerable over his economic record in the polls starting on April 11, in particular over a failure to meet promises to create enough jobs for the million Indians entering the labour market each month.

The warning comes after India‘s central bank chief quit in December following a spat over alleged government interference. His successor, a Modi ally, oversaw an economy-boosting cut in interest rates last month in his first monetary policy meeting.”

Read more: ‘Influenced by politics’: Economists slam India for tweaking data | India elections 2019 News | Al Jazeera

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