Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi lashed out at Narendra Modi on Saturday over his government's economic policies saying that the Prime Minister is dividing the country into the rich and the rest.
Rahul while speaking at a public rally in Dharamsala termed the recent demonetisation exercise as firebombing on India's cash economy.
"Why did PM Modi not table the list of black money holders in Swiss bank accounts in the Parliament?" Rahul asked adding that the country holds only six per cent black money in the form of cash and the remaining part stashed in real estate sector, gold and foreign banks.
Rahul also attacked the Prime Minister who had mocked the Congress leader during his speech in Varanasi two days ago.
"Modiji mock me as much you want, but answer my questions," Rahul said.
(With inputs from agencies)