Unemployment has been there before we came in Power, Says Amit Shah replying to Rahul Gandhi
Amit Shah's shocking reply to Rahul Gandhi - Unemployment has been there before we came in Power. After Rahul Gandhi's comment on selling Pakodas and unemployment. Follow Poutstation for news, gossips, humor, entertainment and much more.
Posted 1 year ago in Government, updated 1 year ago.
The BJP chief attacked the Congress over its chief Rahul Gandhi's mockery of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) as the "Gabbar Singh Tax" and also former finance minister P Chidambaram's recent comment on jobs. "Chidambaram compared pakoda-selling with begging. Those selling pakodas are self-employed. Can you compare them with beggars?" he said, pointing out that a "chaiwala's (tea-seller's) son has become the Prime Minister today."
Amit Shah's strong reply to Rahul Gandhi
"Yes, there is an unemployment problem in this country. I am not denying it. But if there is employment even after you (Congress) have ruled the country for 55 years, then I want to ask who is responsible for it? We have been working for only six years, seven years, eight years, we got an opportunity to run this country for eight years. Such a scary problem (unemployment) didn't happen in just eight years," said Mr. Shah.
On Rahul Gandhi dubbing GST as the "Gabbar Singh Tax," Amit Shah said, "Is this (GST) dacoity? How much do those who have named this as Gabbar Singh Tax understand," and also asserting, "GST is the biggest reform and it was possible under the strong leadership of PM Narendra Modi.”
He appealed to all parties to assist the government in making the implementation of the new national tax a success, stating, "there are lots of other places to do politics."