Rahul targets Modi over high fees in Gujarat's educational institutions
Dec 03 2017
The Amethi MP has been attacking the Prime Minister over his development claims in poll-bound Gujarat.
"22 salon ka hisaab, Gujarat mange jawaab".
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, who is set to take over the reins of the party from his mother, is likely to file his papers on the last day of filing of nomination on December 4.
"Rahul Gandhi is asking a question every day, why did mis-governance of 22 years create such a situation", he tweeted.
Rahul Gandhi had earlier asked the PM why should the people of Gujarat pay for the alleged misrule and financial mismanagement by the ruling BJP, citing a debt of Rs 37,000 crores one every Gujarati.
However, Rahul Gandhi did not name the four companies when he asked, "Why was public money splurged like this?" The first question that Rahul Gandhi asked Narendra Modi was thta in 2012, there were promises made that around 50 lakh new houses will be built but only 4.72 lakh houses were built in 5 years. "Will the prime minister tell whether it will take another 45 years to fulfil the promise?"
Deepender Singh Hooda further mentioned that Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party must find time and answer the questions asked to them by Rahul Gandhi.
Deepinder Hooda also accused the BJP of working for the "super-rich and middlemen", alleging that the party's economic policy was at "the cost of the poor".
The BJP's immediate focus however is Gujarat, where assembly elections will be held from next week in two phases.
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