New Delhi: Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi takes a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over India-Israel ‘2017 Pegasus deal’. He said, “The Prime Minister himself visited India and India bought the Pegasus spyware as part of a $2 billion defence deal with Israel in 2017.
Attacking on the Centre for not considering a single word on unemployment in the Presidential address, Rahul Gandhi said that the youth is looking for job and there is nowhere a single mention about employment in Presidential address.
At Lok Sabha he said, “While the youth in the country is looking for jobs, there was not a single word on unemployment in the Presidential address. Your government is unable to provide them with one.”
He slams the Centre for fake promises about employment. He said, “You speak of providing employment but 3 crore youth lost their jobs in 2021 alone. Today India is facing the highest unemployment in 50 years. You talk of Made-in-India, Start-Up India, but the youth didn’t get the employment they were supposed to.”
Rahul Gandhi takes a swipe at PM Modi over India-Israel ‘2017 Pegasus deal’. He said, “The Prime Minister himself visited India and India bought the Pegasus spyware as part of a $2 billion defence deal with Israel in 2017.
Rahul Gandhi attacked on the Centre by saying that ‘two Indias’ are being created. One India is for the rich and the other one is for the poor. Rahul Gandhi is the first speaker in discussion on the Motion of Thanks to President’s address.
He on two Indias further said, “Would like to request the Prime Minister to start working towards bringing the two Indias, created by this government, together.”
At Lok Sabha On February 2 he alleges that RSS and BJP playing with the foundations of the country. They are weakening the links of the country. They are weakening the languages of the countries. The parties are weakening the youth of the country.
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