BJP will get an electric shock on the day of Gujarat elections, says Rahul Gandhi during Navsarjan Yatra

Claiming that in Gujarat, 90% of colleges are in the hands of big industrialists, the Congress Vice-President said that poor cannot afford education due to high fees.

Published: 01st November 2017 01:05 PM  |   Last Updated: 01st November 2017 01:25 PM   |  A+A-

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi (File | PTI)

By Online Desk

Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi today attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP again while addressing an election rally in Gujarat's Bharuch.
 
"In India, there is no ease of doing business. Note Ban and GST have ruined everything," the Gandhi scion said on the third day of his 'Navsarjan Yatra'.

Claiming that in Gujarat, 90% of colleges are in the hands of big industrialists, the Congress Vice-President said that poor cannot afford education due to high fees.

He also criticised the Vijay Rupani-led government over the farmer distress in the state.

"They took your lands, gave them to Tatas. They could have used the Rs 33,000 crore to waive off farmers' loans", Gandhi said.

He also expressed his doubt over the vehicle's commercial success.

"Have you ever seen the car on road? Is it seen anywhere? It is nowhere in the entire country".

Rahul also stepped up his attack against the Centre ahead of the Anti-Black Money day on November 8. 

"They have been power for the last three years. How many Swiss account holders are in jail? Tell me," he said.

He also questioned the government's inaction over bringing back absconding liquor baron Vijay Mallya to India, as he said that the businessman had been enjoying in England.

"BJP will get a shock on the day of Gujarat election", Gandhi concluded.

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