Noting that the people's voices were not being heard by the present-day political system, Gandhi said top companies, however, had open access to it to change or tweak the law to suit their interests. "These are the people who arise when you don't respect the financial institutions like the Reserve Bank of India".
Touring Karnataka extensively, Shah has completed four rounds of campaigning in the run-up to the May 12 Assembly polls.
"We are also seeing Piyush Goyal (with scam tumbling out)", he said.
He also said China is successful in creating jobs because its government imparts skill training to its workforce.
Asserting that the government is sensitive to the concerns of the backward communities, Union home minister Rajnath Singh today said it was not responsible for the dilution of the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.
Asked how the Congress would solve the problem of unemployment, Mr Gandhi said it would do so by encouraging small and medium scale businesses in construction, agriculture and other sectors. "Mr Anil Ambani has to replay a loan of Rs 45,000 crore, but the Rafale (fighter jet) contract was given to him", Mr Gandhi alleged. The BJP has a single agenda and that is to divide people on communal grounds and gain power.
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Gandhi said former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan had advised against demonetisation.
As per news reports, they allegedly promised to give a cheque of Rs 500,000 to the family, the petition said.
Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Thawarchand Gehlot on Monday hit back at Congress President Rahul Gandhi over his allegations against the BJP concerning the Dalits, saying party members have worked for the community's empowerment from the days of erstwhile Jan Sangh.
Attacking the Congress for "mocking" Modis DNA, he said the party had defeated Ambedkar in Lok Sabha polls twice and made "flimsy excuses" to ensure his portrait was not placed in Parliaments Central Hall.
The question comes in the wake of ruling Congress Government in Karnataka headed by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah recently, recommended to the centre to accorded Minority status to Lingayat (who believe in preachings of Basaveshwara) through a Cabinet decision.