Mumbai: Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi slammed BJP government in his election rallies

While addressing an election rally at Chandivali in Mumbai, Rahul Gandhi attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking why he didn’t raise the Doklam issue with Chinese President Xi Jinping

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Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday hit out at the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government on centre and state level over the issue of unemployment.

While addressing an election rally at Chandivali in Mumbai, Rahul Gandhi attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking why he didn’t raise the Doklam issue with Chinese President Xi Jinping during an informal meet in Chennai.

PM Modi had said about Make in India. He was having tea with Chinese premier a few days ago. It is Make in China everywhere now,” said Rahul Gandhi.

Gandhi further said that ‘made in china’ policy has ended the employment opportunity of Indian youth. Earlier while addressing a rally in Latur, the Congress leader had said that the country has not witnessed such unemployment for four decades. 

Attacking the Modi government, Rahul Gandhi blamed demonetisation and the implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) for the ongoing economic slowdown. From automobile to textile industries including the small business, everything is in a bad situation.

In Maharashtra, more than 2,000 factories have closed while ‘thieves’ like Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi have escaped. Despite discussing such burning issues, the government is busy talking about article 370, China, Pakistan,” said Rahul Gandhi.

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Rahul Gandhi is rallying in Maharashtra for Congress candidates contesting the assembly polls which are scheduled on October 21. Gandhi held two rallies in Mumbai on Sunday.

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