A recent report has revealed that Gautam Adani has become the second richest man in the world and Congress leaders are his biggest critics. He said that a few people have a monopoly on trade in the country.
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Congress Chairman Rahul Gandhi once again Gautam Adhani The Modi government is being attacked for its prosperity. He is in the country unemployment rate However, the world’s second richest man is from India, but he has expressed concern that the unemployment rate is still high in the country. He also talked about wealth distribution and income gap in the country and said that a few people have a monopoly on business in the country. A recent report has revealed that Gautam Adani has become the second richest man in the world and Congress leaders are his biggest critics.
According to reports, Rahul Gandhi has raised many questions. He said, “How come the second richest man in the world is an Indian and the unemployment rate is high in the country? How come we have the richest man and our people face the highest price in the world? Can you accept it?”
And he added, “A country where an average person can’t dream, can’t educate his children, can’t take his parents to the hospital, can’t a young man dream of building a business? But a few people monopolize businesses.”
Rahul Gandhi is in Kerala
Indian couple travel Meanwhile, Rahul Gandhi, speaking at a rally in Kanichukulangara in Kerala’s Alappuzha district, has often accused the Modi government of helping his “corporate friends”. According to the report, he said the saffron camp wanted to build a country where “a few people” could “rule” the entire country. He also said, “BJP wants to create a country where a few people control the whole country, so that millions and crores of people are in poverty and the youth cannot dream of employment.”
Under the Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi undertook a 12-day Padayatra. His 150-day padayatra from Kanyakumari will end in Kashmir on September 7. Congress plan for 2024 through this pilgrimage Lok Sabha Elections Attempts are being made to unify the electorate and start a different political system.