"They may sell even Taj Mahal": Rahul Gandhi on BJP

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"They may sell even Taj Mahal": Rahul Gandhi on BJP
"They may sell even Taj Mahal": Rahul Gandhi on BJP

New Delhi : Amid slowing economy of India, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi criticized Bharatiya Janata Party of failing to boost the manufacturing sector.

Addressing an election rally in Delhi, Rahul Gandhi said that PM Modi promoted Made in India everywhere but not a single factory has been setup.

"They are selling everything - Indian Oil, Air India, Hindustan Petroleum, Railways and even the Red Fort. They may sell even the Taj Mahal," he then added, taking a swipe at the Centre's detailed plans for divestment.

Rahul Gandhi and other Congress leaders have been after the BJP over slow economic growth, specially after the presentation of Union Budget last week.

Last week, Rahul Gandhi had tagged the Union Budget 2020 as 'hollow' and had claimed that it has provided no solution to the problems of unemployment.

In its manifesto, the Congress had enlarged on the issue of unemployment, promising an allowance of Rs 5,000 per month for unemployed graduates and Rs 7,500 per month for unemployed postgraduates.

A day later, he tweeted a two-year-old video of Prime Minister Narendra Modi going through his morning exercise routine.

"Dear PM, Please try your magical exercise routine a few more times. You never know, it might just start the economy," his post, carrying the hashtag "#Modinomics", read.