Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday attacked Prime Minister Modi and asked why his speeches excluded “development.”
Rahul Gandhi in a tweet said, “I asked 10 questions from PM Modi on Gujarat’s report card, but he didn’t answer.”
Rahul said, “BJP could not even release it election manifesto by the end of campaigning for first phase polls” and asked “do only speeches mean governance for him.”
Rahul Gandhi also hurled 11th question at PM Modi as part of his "one-question-a-day series," and asked him to explain the miserable condition of Gujarat's educational institutions.
In a poetic tweet with tagline ‘22 saalo ka hisab’ and hastag ‘#Gujarat Mange Jvab’, Rahul said, 80 per cent engineers are jobless, Tata Nano was a gimmick, those who ask for jobs are given bullets and Modi has sold the future of Gujarat’s youth.”
Rahul Gandhi is campaigning aggressively in Gujarat for assembly elections in PM Modi’s home state.
The voting for the first phase of assembly elections in Gujarat concluded on Saturday with massive voter turnout.
The second phase of polls will take place on December 14 and the results will be declared on December 18.