Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi while launching his party’s poll campaign in Tamil Nadu Prime Minister Narendra Modi partnered with big businessmen and was ‘selling’ everything that belonged to the people.
Addressing people from an open van in Coimbatore, Gandhi targeted the prime minister in his first of the three-day campaign of western Tamil Nadu.
“What does Modi do ? Modi partners with three or four big businessmen in this country. They provide him media and he provides them money,” he alleged.
“Narendra Modi is one by one selling everything that belongs to the people of India and Tamil Nadu.”
The Congress MP said what belonged to the farmers was now being taken away by three new farm laws and alleged ryots “are going to be made servants” of biggest industries.
Attacking the Bharatiya Janata Party, he said his party was involved in a fight against a ‘particular’ ideology that believed that “only one culture, one language and one idea should rule India.”