On the third day of his visit to poll-bound Gujarat, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was all over again at his acerbic best, accusive Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah of creating 'Vikas' (development) "mad" within the state - a play on the slogan "Vikas gando thhayo chhe" (Development has gone mad) that's no longer simply a Twitter hashtag, however a significant political motto on the bottom.

"What is going on to Vikas? whatever has that happened? Modi and Amit Shah created Vikas mad in Gujarat," Rahul, World Health Organization is leading the Congress's Navsarjan Yatra within the state, said during a rally at Devgarh Baria in Dahod district.

"One day on November eight, he (Modi) obligatory notebandi (demonetization) while not consulting anybody. He allowed all black cash to be regenerate into white. Then he obligatory GST without consulting anyone. Minor traders were badly affected, 30 lakhs youths lost their jobs. many minor industries lost their work," the 47-year-old leader said in yet one more attack on the govt. over the slide in the economy.

Rahul then reminded individuals of the

huge controversy over Amit Shah's son Jay's company allegedly creating a 16,000 time profit in just one year, as reportable by The Wire last week. Jay Shah has filed a 
criminal defamation suit against the online portal over the report during a court in Ahmedabad.

"But just one company survived during this GST mess. it had been Amit Shah's son's company," he said. 

"Today, all the govt. policies are aimed towards benefiting a few of industrialists He can offer your land to them. this is often the Gujarat model." Rahul additionally attacked the Gujarat government over the controversial  Sardar Sarovar Project on the watercourse Narmada, whose height was recently raised. "For the last twenty years, Modi ji is functioning on the Narmada. however area unit you obtaining Narmada waters in your area?" he asked.

Rahul mentioned he spoke to some students on Tuesday. "I asked them your mothers and fathers paid high fees for his or her education. are you positive that you just can get a decent job? They mentioned no," he said. "What is that the use of such education system that cannot guarantee you the job?"
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