Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
Markets | By Otis Pena

Rahul Gandhi in Maharashtra; to appear in court today

Rahul Gandhi in Maharashtra; to appear in court today

He was addressing the National OBC Convention in Delhi.

Gandhi alleged that the Modi government had ignored the interests of farmers but helped a small group of industrialists by waiving loans amounting to almost Rs2.5 trillion. "In our country, one person works and the other gains the benefit", he said, according to The Indian Express. "Rs 2.5 lakh crore were given to 15 industrialists".

Rajesh Kunte, a local worker of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, had filed the case. "Everyone including MPs is afraid to speak", Gandhi said. Most them are not allowed to speak and the BJP does not listen to the few of us who do speak up. India's prime minister says there is dearth of skills in the country.

The Congress party recognises the strength of the backward classes and wants to empower them by bringing them forward in politics, Gandhi said, in a bid to win over the community of Other Backward Classes ahead of the Lok Sabha elections next year. The Congress Prez then drew parallels between India and the United States and cited the example of fast food firms such as Coca-Cola and McDonald's. "A man who used to sell shikanji by mixing sugar and water was appreciated for his skill and hard work". "He would mix sugar in water".

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He claimed that fast food chain McDonald's was started by a man who ran a dhaba, and that auto manufacturing companies like Ford, Mercedes and Honda were started by mechanics. Show me a dhabawala here who could build an empire like Coca-Cola, or an automobile company started by a mechanic.

Gandhi used an analogy of a bus to explain the difference between his party and the BJP, reported The Indian Express.

Nirupam said that the all-India level project would be kickstarted in Mumbai by Gandhi and it was being considered a "path-breaking initiative of the Congress party to link with the extremely crucial chain in the party machinery". "People with skills are not rewarded in India ..."

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