Congress chief Rahul Gandhi’s dialogue with famend Bangladeshi economist and Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus will likely be aired on his YouTube channel on Friday during which they are going to be seen discussing concepts that would re-shape the put up pandemic world and delving into limitations of adopting a western financial mannequin, the social gathering mentioned.
Within the newest episode of conversations that the Congress chief has been holding on the coronavirus pandemic, Mr Gandhi and the Grameen Financial institution founder will problem the knowledge of pushing thousands and thousands emigrate to city areas, and study the position of know-how in fuelling an financial revolution in rural areas, it mentioned.
Congress’s chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala mentioned the world over, the coronavirus pandemic has uncovered severe fault strains in societies and the evident inequalities that aggravated the disaster.
“Whilst standard financial knowledge attracts criticism, there’s a rising world motion calling for various fashions of growth, particularly in growing international locations,” he mentioned in a press release.
“The pandemic supplies a window of alternative to basically reimagine the longer term we would like and push daring selections in that course,” Mr Surjewala mentioned.
Giving a preview of the dialog, he mentioned Mr Gandhi and Yunus will likely be seen discussing the massive daring concepts that would re-shape the put up pandemic world.
“They delve into limitations of adopting a western financial mannequin and name for a brand new imaginative and prescient that leverages on the power of our rural economic system and the casual sector,” he mentioned.
“One of many pioneers of microlending, Muhammad Yunus shares priceless classes on monetary empowerment and what it takes to assist micro-entrepreneurs amongst among the most weak social teams around the globe,” Mr Surjewala mentioned, giving a peek into the dialogue that will likely be aired on Mr Gandhi’s YouTube channel on Thursday morning.
Mr Gandhi’s final dialog was with 4 Indian nurses working in New Zealand, Australia, UK and India throughout which they shared their expertise of preventing the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a part of his dialogues with varied consultants, Mr Gandhi has spoken to main world economists Raghuram Rajan and Abhijit Banerjee, internationally famend epidemiologist Johann Giesceke, world public well being professional Ashish Jha, Indian industrialist Rajiv Bajaj, and former US diplomat Nicholas Burns.