Narendra Modi took over as Prime Minister for the second time. In addition, Amit Shah has been given the responsibility of the Home Minister and Nirmala Sitharaman as Finance Minister in the Modi Cabinet.
Nirmala Sitharaman took charge of his ministry on Friday, but Amit Shah formally will take over as Home Minister soon. Meanwhile, bad news has come for both of the ministers of the Modi government.
Firstly, if we talk about the new Home Minister Amit Shah, it was announced that he would be given the Home Ministry, and in the meantime, the news of the encounter between the security forces and the terrorists started coming out in Jammu and Kashmir.
Terror strikes in Jammu and Kashmir have taken place on Friday. Here the terrorists fired near the CRPF's 180 battalion camp, in which two terrorists were stacked.
On Friday, there was an encounter between militants and security forces in J-K Kishtwar. In this encounter, the security forces killed three terrorists and two policemen were also injured. In addition, there was an encounter between security forces and militants on Friday in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir.
GDP Growth Rate and Unemployment Rate Figures
On the other hand, in front of Nirmala Sitharaman who took charge of the finance ministry, the challenge came out on the very first day. Today, statistics of GDP growth and unemployment rate appear. Both figures are disappointing. In the fourth quarter of the fiscal year 2018-19, the growth rate of the country's gross domestic product (GDP) has dropped to 5.8 percent from the same period last year. In the fourth quarter of the fiscal year 2017-18, the country's GDP growth rate was 7.7 percent.
According to the data released by the Central Statistical Office on Friday, the country's GDP growth rate was 6.8 percent in FY118-19, which is the lowest level of GDP growth rate in the last five years of the last five years. According to the report of PLFS survey, unemployment rates have increased in the country. It has increased to 6.1 percent.
India's GDP growth rate for fourth quarter (January-March) slips to 5.8%, 6.8% in full financial year 2019 pic.twitter.com/1kGMoxAZLp