New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi, the Congress leader, lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday over the exodus of certain major businesses from India, saying “Hate-in-India” and “Make-in-India” cannot coexist.
He also addressed the country’s unemployment rate, urging the prime minister to focus on the country’s “devastating unemployment crisis.”
The ease of driving business out of India.
❌ 7 Global Brands
❌ 9 Factories
❌ 649 Dealerships
❌ 84,000 Jobs
Modi ji, Hate-in-India and Make-in-India can’t coexist!
Time to focus on India’s devastating unemployment crisis instead. pic.twitter.com/uXSOll4ndD
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) April 27, 2022
“The ease of driving business out of India. 7 Global Brands. 9 Factories.649 Dealerships. 84,000 Jobs,” he said on Twitter.
Mr Gandhi posted a photo on Twitter of seven global brands that have left the country: Chevrolet in 2017, Man Trucks in 2018, Fiat and United Motors in 2019, Harley Davidson in 2020, Ford in 2021, and Datsun in 2022.
“Modi ji, Hate-in-India and Make-in-India can’t coexist! Time to focus on India’s devastating unemployment crisis instead,” Mr Gandhi said.
Mr Gandhi and the Congress have been attacking the government over the issue of unemployment.