He said that according to the youth he has interacted with, they complain that Modi's words and promises don't matter anymore because he has failed to deliver on them. "The prime minister took away the bonus due to the farmers".
Rahul added that while the country believed in a religion that was based on truth in everything, one did "not find the truth" in PM Modi's speeches.
The rally was attended by senior party leaders like Sonia Gandhi, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, senior Congress leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad, Janardan Dwivedi, Ahmed Patel, P Chidambaram, Ambika Soni and many other leaders.
Launching a scathing attack on AICC President Rahul Gandhi, the MP said that Rahul Gandhi should first speak about scams of Congress Governments post Independence, beginning from jeep scam in Nehru era.
Gandhi also raised the issue of the government's alleged attack on judiciary in India by reminding how four top Supreme Court judges had to come out in the open seeking justice from the public.
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None of the Prime Ministers had done such a thing but "Narendra Modi can do this", he said. The Congress party fights for "Satya" (Truth) and not Satta (power).
The prime minister had promised to give two crore jobs per year and the people trusted him, but after four years of his government, there is widespread unemployment, he said.
Gandhi also send out a message to party leader Salman Khurshid, who some days back had said "the Congress had blood on its hands". Replying to a question on the role of B.Y. Vijayendra, who was denied the party ticket from Varuna at the last minute, Simha said that Vijayendra was working overtime for the party and was campaigning extensively in Mysuru and Chamarajanagar districts at present.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying he never delivers on his promises, The Indian Express reported.
Gandhi claimed that he had urged Modi to waive farmers's loans, but did not receive a response. Our PM hasn't spoken a single word on Doklam in China.
Speaking at the rally, Congress president Gandhi said, "There are differing opinions". "It is clear from this that if Parliament does not function, it can pose danger to the democracy in the country". Democracy is a gift of the India's constitution and we should all strive to strengthen it. "But, I do want to say something that when the party is fighting against the RSS, then we will have to do so with unity and love", he said. "I talked about the manner in which Parliament was not allowed to function and how the Budget was passed", he added.