Modiji, talking about rising fuel prices: Rahul Gandhi

Shadnagar: Criticizing Prime Minister Narendra Modi for ‘rising prices and unemployment’ in the country, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday asked why the prime minister was not addressing the issues.

Speaking at a meeting as part of ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, Gandhi alleged that Telangana government schools, colleges and universities were being privatized by the TRS government led by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao .

“Narendra Modiji, say something. Gas cylinder cost is now Rs 1,000. Petrol price was Rs 70 (per liter). Narendra Modi used to mention in every speech that the cost of petrol has risen to Rs 70. Now he has crossed Rs 100. Diesel used to be Rs 56 (per litre). Now it has become Rs 100, but Narendra Modi says nothing about it,” Gandhi charged.

Alleging that the BJP and TRS are trying to suppress people’s voices, the Congress leader said his ongoing march replicates the real India where public concerns are heard.

Gandhi alleged that the BJP overthrew the governments of Goa and other states using the power of money.

Describing that BJP and TRS are identical and create drama during elections, he claimed that both spend hundreds of crores on polls.

He alleged that Modi makes sure his three or four industrial friends get all the business.

Gandhi’s descendant said that no force could prevent his yatra from reaching Kashmir.

He said that Telangana students informed him that schools, colleges and universities in the state were being privatized and assured that if Congress came to power here they would stop the privatization and more funds would be forthcoming. injected into public educational institutions.

According to him, demonetization in 2016 and the goods and services tax (GST) had a negative impact on small and medium-sized businesses.

Alleging that Dharani, Telangana’s integrated land records management system, is flawed, Gandhi said that when his party comes to power, the problems will be solved.

Health and education are neglected in the state and all the money spent on Dharani and irrigation projects so that the KCR family gets a good commission, he added.

He said the BJP and the TRS were working in tandem.