Time has come to teach a lesson to those who raise questions over the existence of Ram, he said
He claimed by taking away the Army's special powers the Congress plans to embolden terrorists to enter the restive northern state at will.
If NYAY is implemented, these people have two options, either to continue with their job and earn, or choose to remain unemployed and live on a NYAY subsidy of Rs 12,000 per month.
Sibal was in Bengaluru on Thursday to explaint the Congress manifesto for the Karnataka voters.
Issac said that the proposal of introducing a single mode standard rate of tax is impractical as it will escalate the gap between the poor and the rich.
The 2019 elections were a question of protecting the honour of the armed forces, he told an election rally here.
The party also promised to review and replace the current GST laws with "the GST 2.0 regime", which will be based on a "single, moderate, standard rate of tax" on all goods and services.
The party also promised to establish the office of the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) to be the principal adviser to the government on matters relating to defence.
In the manifesto released on Tuesday, the party promised to omit Section 499 of the Indian Penal Code and make defamation a civil offence.
Congress and BJP are no different when it comes to non-fulfilment of promises, the former Uttar Pradesh chief minister said in a tweet.
Evolution of Congress manifesto: From making pledges in 2014 to coming up with bold promises in 2019
From the theme of "Your voice, Our pledge" - a commitment made to the people of the country in the last general election, the party has now moved on to the promise of "Congress will deliver".
The manifesto says a new ministry of industry, services and employment will be created to underline link between the growth of the industry and services sectors and rapid creation of jobs.
Releasing it along with other senior leaders, Congress president Rahul Gandhi said the Kisan budget would empower farmers to know what they are getting and where the money is being spent.
One theory was that the Congress promise was meant to support ally DMK, which has made NEET a poll card.
It also promised to impose a complete ban on the import of all types of waste, allow the import of sand for construction and stop the illegal mining of sand in river banks.