Rahul said the Centre's strategy consisted of imposing a 'Tughlaqi lockdown, ringing bells and singing praises to the Lord'.
Gandhi also took a jibe asking what PM-CARES is doing, as huge donations were given to the fund for handling COVID-19 situation.
He urged the electorates to vote for the Congress-Left Front-Indian Secular Front alliance as neither the BJP nor the TMC can be trusted.
Gandhi said that while the BJP has 'nothing to offer except hatred and violence', he also slammed the Mamata Banerjee-led government and accused it of enabling cut-money culture in the state.
Goa Leader of Opposition said that if the BJP government acts wisely and works on demands put forth by Gandhi, the situation in the country will definitely change for good.
Rahul had written to PM Modi on Friday, urging the government to fast-track approval for vaccines but Union Minister Prasad had accused him of lobbying for pharma companies.
National Herald case: Delhi HC grants time to Sonia, Rahul Gandhi to file replies on Subramanian Swamy's plea
Senior advocate R S Cheema and Tarannum Cheema, representing the Congress leaders, told the court that they could not file replies as their office was closed due to COVID-19 and sought more time.
A single-Judge Bench of Justice Suresh Kumar Kait has taken the decision and adjourned the matter for May 18 for further hearing.
He said this as part of "SpeakUpForVaccinesForAll" campaign launched by the party on social media, demanding COVID-19 vaccine for all citizens to protect them from the virus.
'On how many counts does Government of India intend to play with the future of India's youth?' Congress MP Rahul Gandhi asked.
Rahul Gandhi on Saturday called for giving money into the hands of common people during the second wave of coronavirus.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi sought more say to the state governments in vaccine procurement and distribution.
Prince Philip, the husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, passed away on Friday aged 99, the Buckingham Palace said.
He said vaccine shortage is a very serious problem during Corona times and is not a celebration.
Rahul Gandhi, in a tweet, said that getting oil filled in one's vehicle is no less than an test and questioned the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not holding a discussion on the same.