Congress MP Rahul Gandhi during his rally in Delhi's Jangpura on February 4, 2020. (Photo Credit: Twitter/Screengrab)
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday accused the Narendra Modi government of selling state enterprises and said that the prime minister can even sell the Taj Mahal. Addressing a rally in poll-bound Delhi's Jangpura, Gandhi said that the BJP talks about religion but no religion talks about violence. "They are selling everything might even sell Taj Mahal one day. In their religion, one Indian is speaking with another with much hatred. They do not understand religions. No religious scripture talks about killing anyone," Gandhi said.
The Congress leader said that the BJP keeps talking about Pakistan but it was a Congress leader Tarvinder Marwah who went to the neighbouring country and shouted "Hindustan Zindabad" slogans without any security. "Show me one BJP leader or worker who has done the same. Be it the Aam Aadmi or the BJP, no one does the work but marketing. They take public's money and spend it on marketing and advertising," the Gandhi scion said.
The Congress MP from Wayanad cornered the Centre over the issue of growing unemployment in the country and slammed Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for not addressing the issue. "In an interview, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman was asked how many jobs were created? She said, 'If I give you any number, Rahul Gandhi would go after me and say that I am lying'. FM is not ready to speak about job creation," he said.
"PM Narendra Modi said he will provide two crore jobs. What did he do for it, what did CM Arvind Kejriwal do to tackle unemployment," he added.