From Attacking Modi Government To Explaining How Tourism Can Flourish In Rajasthan, Here's Rahul Gandhi's Full Addresses In Dholpur

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Published:

Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Dholpur, Rajasthan on Tuesday while he was addressing a mega rally in the state. The Congress president left no stone unturned to prove that the Modi Government has "failed to provide employment to the youth in Rajasthan". While backing his argument, he stated:    

"Narendra Modi ji made a promise that he will provide employment to the youth of the country. He said that under Make In India, goods like Trousers, T-shirts, shoes, microphones etc. will be produced in the country. He (Narendra Modi) has broken his promise. You know why? because he wants to help the richest of the rich people in India. Turn your phone, see it reads Made in China. I want it to be Made in Dholpur, Made in Rajasthan". 

Furthermore, he also explained how tourism can flourish in the state of Rajasthan:

"I want the youth of Rajasthan to manufacture mobile phones so that whenever a youngster in China will click a selfie, everyone will see made in Dholpur at the back of the phone. Then the people in China will wonder where is Dholpur. We will bring him in Dholpur, make him our tourist, earn via tourism and send him back. This is what we want".  

Hitting out at the Modi Government, Rahul Gandhi accused Prime Minister of helping fraud absconders:    

"Modi ji don't provide employment and distribute the money to Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi and provide the employment to China. He has failed in helping the poor".

Meanwhile, Mr. Gandhi took a note of exodus like a situation that has surrounded the state of Gujarat after the migrants from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh fled the state over the fear of backlash following the rape of a 14-month-old toddler by a man from Bihar.

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Taking to Facebook, he condemned the incident. He also held Modi Government responsible for the situation due to their "poor economic policies, demonetisation and poorly executed GST".

Read: 'How Dare You To Call Fellow Indians As Migrants?', Tejashwi Yadav Lashes Out At Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani

Earlier on  Monday, Republic TV put out the video of Congress leader Alpesh Thakor that dates back thirteen days before the tension begin in the state. Alpesh could be heard inciting violence and creating a divide between 'Gujarati Vs Non-Gujarati' divide through his 'hate speech'.