Kanpur: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for harming the general public. “Modi harms the general public and makes Indians battle each other,” Gandhi told a get-together of agriculturists at Ghatampur over the span of his Kisan Yatra that started at Deoria and will finish up in New Delhi.
Gandhi additionally raised issues confronting the ranchers and said if the Congress gathering was voted to control in Uttar Pradesh, every one of the credits of agriculturists would be postponed off. “Tragically that the agony and issues of the agriculturists are not achieving the Prime Minister,” he said. Depicting Uttar Pradesh as a place where there is boundless open doors, the Congress pioneer charged the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Samajwadi Party (SP) and the BJP of doing nothing for the general population.
“Their (SP, BSP and BJP) governments have just plundered the general population and offered nothing to them,” he claimed. The Congress needed to take the state on the way of flourishing, he said. Gandhi accentuated that he had attempted the 2,500-km Kisan Yatra just to highlight the issues of agriculturists.
He, in any case, declined to be drawn into the progressing power battle in the decision Samajwadi Party. Asked on his announcement that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav was a “decent kid”, Gandhi said he had genial relations with lawmakers in numerous gatherings and no negative importance ought to be drawn from his remark.