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Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi on Friday took a playful jab on the Narendra Modi-led government after its ministers in recent days got here out with a chain of questionable feedback approximately the economic slowdown.

While Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had blamed the slowdown within the auto enterprise at the millennials' supposed desire for Ola and Uber taxis, Railways Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday, in a prime gaffe, stated that maths shouldn't be considered whilst calculating the price of growth as even Albert Einstein hadn't used it to find out gravity.


The idea of gravity changed into propounded by Issac Newton, and not Einstein, as Goyal incorrectly mentioned.

Taking to Twitter, Gandhi drew a cricket analogy and said, "To get the proper seize, it is vital to hold out eyes at the ball and apprehend the essence of the game. Or else you will completely blame gravity, maths, Ola-Uber and such excuses". She even uploaded a video from a cricket fit.

The Congress leader capped her jibe with a twist on a usually used disclaimer. "Issued in public interest for the economy," she said.

The Congress had earlier attacked Sitharaman for her comments, saying it reflected the "inefficiency, immaturity, and inexperience" of the BJP in governance.

Goyal and Sitharaman's remarks had despatched the netizens in a tizzy. "If Einstein discovered gravity, what did Newton do?" wrote one Twitter consumer in response to the former Finance Minister's comment. Sitharaman's comments had additionally spurred a meme fest.
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