Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on Thursday hit out on the Bharatiya Janata Social gathering, accusing it of transferring cash into the pockets of industrialist Gautam Adani.
“Narendra Modi had mentioned – if black cash is just not erased, cling me…Throughout Corona, Narendra Modi instructed you – flip in your cell phone torches, clang utensils. Folks had been dying throughout the nation, there was no oxygen or medicines. Narendra Modi got here and mentioned that COVID is right here, persons are dying, clang your utensils now,” Gandhi mentioned at a rally in poll-bound Rajasthan’s Churu.
“However, right here was Bhilwara mannequin. Utensils had been being clanged right here and meals packet was being distributed to homes in Rajasthan; medicines had been being distributed and sufferers had been being saved. Why? As a result of we run a authorities of the poor, farmers and staff…Congress occasion’s work is to switch cash into the pockets of the poor. They switch cash into the pockets of Adani,” he added.
In the course of the rally, Gandhi invoked GST implementation and 2016 demonetisation transfer to assault the prime minister. “Right here, we run a authorities of the poor, we defend you. Narendra Modi carried out GST. For the primary time in India, farmers should pay taxes. He did demonetisation and completed all small businessmen.”
“Wherever you see, Adani is doing a little or the opposite enterprise – airports, ports, cement vegetation, roads are all his. So, he works for the wealthy. He helps Adani, Adani earns cash and that cash is used overseas. International firms are bought,” he added.
Hailing the incumbent Ashok Gehlot-led Congress authorities within the state, Rahul Gandhi mentioned,”State Authorities has labored for you numerous…Keep in mind one factor, if BJP Authorities is shaped right here, no matter we did – be it a pension scheme, well being scheme, ₹500 fuel cylinder or ₹10,000 for ladies – will all be scrapped by them and they’ll as soon as once more begin serving to billionaires. For those who vote for Congress, the poor, farmers and small businessmen will likely be benefitted”.