Modi always found in company of people attired in suits: Rahul

Vastavam web: Congress president Rahul Gandhi today fired his “suit-boot ki sarkar” salvo at Prime Minister Narendra Modi afresh, saying he was always found in the company of people attired in suits and not those that are poor.Unruffled after being attacked by the Meghalaya unit of the BJP over the price of the black jacket he wore yesterday at a concert here, Gandhi said, “You will not see him (PM) hug a poor person, talk to a poor person or even engage with a poor person. You will see him with others.The Congress president said the prime minister had promised to create 2 crore jobs a year but failed to achieve the target.

In an apparent retort to Rahul Gandhi’s suit-boot ki sarkar jibe, the BJP had claimed the Congress President wore a jacket worth USD 995 at a concert oragnised by his party in the poll-bound state yesterday.”So @OfficeOfRG, soot(pun intended!)-boot ki sarkar with black money fleeced from Meghalayan State exchequer by rampant corruption? Instead of singing away our woes, you could have given a report card of your inefficient govt in Meghalaya! Your indifference mocks us!,” the BJP’s Meghalaya unit tweeted.The BJP, which intends to give a tough fight to the ruling Congress in the Meghalaya Assembly elections, also accused the Congress of distracting voters by organising a soiree.

“Rock concert distraction tactics by the @OfficeOfRG to take away focus of Meghalayan voters from real issues on ground! A prince can fuss over ‘fuddy-duddy chopper’ rides & cancel his Tura trip, but ever wondered how people in Meghalaya travel,” the BJP tweeted.Two Churches in Meghalaya recently turned down Rs 70 crore assistance announced by the Centre.There are many different visions, missions and ideas in the country and all of them should have a voice, Gandhi said.