New Delhi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi launched a scathing attack on the Narendra Modi-lead govt saying he wants to run the country like an RSS sakha. Speaking at an NSUI function in the national capital, Rahul said the govt is trying to enforce the RSS ideology on the people of this country.
Slamming the RSS, Gandhi said there is no place for differing voices in the organisation. The Congress leader praised his party functioning saying the complexity of India and it’s ideologies are filled in this NSUI room and this is the strength of Congress party.
“The DNA of the Congress party is to listen to everyone,” said Rahul.
Criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s frequent tour, Rahul said Modi visited China, US and Mongolia but didn’t get time to visit a farmer’s house. “The Prime Minister went all the way to Mongolia, but didn’t visit a farmer’s house,” said Rahul.
He also lashed out at the PM for not paying attention towards the educational development of the country. “The PM says education is important but has cut its budget,” said Rahul.
“Our former PM Manmohan Singh criticised the health of the economy in the morning and by evening Modi took lessons from him,” said Rahul.