Addressing the 'Youth Outrage' rally in Jaipur on Tuesday, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi lambasted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the central authorities on the nation's financial system, Goods and Services Tax (GST) and employment points.
Rahul Gandhi mentioned that PM Modi had promised two crore jobs to the youth. But, final 12 months the employment of 1 crore youth of the nation has been misplaced. He mentioned that wherever the Prime Minister goes he talks about CAA, NRC however on unemployment the Prime Minister doesn’t say a phrase. He additionally mentioned that it’s a disgrace that financial progress has declined because the UPA authorities got here to an finish and the PM has not understood GST. <! –
'India is the rape capital of the world'
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi addressed the youth from the rally and mentioned that you shouldn’t press your voice. We have to speak about employment points. Because, that is the way forward for the nation. He mentioned that the picture of India has been one in every of unity, love and brotherhood on this planet. While Pakistan was identified for hatred and division. This picture of the nation has been broken by Narendra Modi. Today, India is taken into account the 'rape capital' of the world.
'Demonetisation helpful or dangerous'
Rahul Gandhi mentioned that even when 8-year-old youngsters are requested today whether or not there was a revenue or loss on account of demonetisation, the youngsters will say that there was a loss. India was beating the financial system with China, however now sadly, China has left us far behind. The complete world is aware of that if there’s anybody who can compete with China, it’s the youth of India. He mentioned that youth are the most important asset of India however, the nation is ruining this property today. Rahul Gandhi mentioned that the Narendra Modi authorities is tarnishing the picture of India.
At the identical time, college students of Gyanandeep PG College accused the school administration that they had been instructed to hitch the 'Youth Outrage' rally of Congress MP Rahul Gandhi. Denying these allegations, Principal Anjana Aggarwal mentioned, "No instruction was issued by the college administration about it, nor was any notification issued. If a student would not have come to the class to attend the rally So I will take action. " He mentioned, "Once the students enter the college campus, the students have to stay in the classroom. However, after the college is over at 2:30 pm, we cannot stop anyone from going anywhere."