When the Congress comes to power, there will be no money for government jobs. Congress President Rahul Gandhi gave this promise when he was holding a public meeting in Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday. With the approval, he said, "At present, the young people of India are required to submit money in the application form before any government job examination. However, we decided that no one will have to pay any money to get government job exams when they come to power. The issue of taking money with the examination application will be fully released. "
He attacked the BJP-led central government for the rise in fuel oil prices in the country's market. "The price of petrol was very low during the UPA regime. At the international market, the price of petrol per barrel was $ 140, but in the open market, the price was not increased too much. But, now the market price of petrol is 70 dollars per barrel, but in the open market continuously the price of petrol is rising. Meanwhile, the Choukidar says the rate of inflation or he has reduced. In fact, what is happening now in India is the benefit of only 15 people. And to make them better, money is being taken from the people's pockets. "
He praised the ' fair ' project of the congressional election, he said, "As soon as the money of the 'Junk' project goes into five crore people's accounts, the more benefit they will get. As a result, 25 million people can buy things they need, including clothes, shoes and mobile. The shops can sell their things. The demand for factories in the factories will also increase. A lot of closed factories will be opened as a result. The employment of young people from Sitapur will also be addressed. Modi has done wrong with the Indian economy for the past five years. However, diesel and petrol will work in the economy of 'justice' country's economy. That's why we named the project 'fair'. If we do wrong for five years, we will do justice in the next ten years. "
After that, the Congress president criticized Narendra Modi for referring to Rafale agreement. In his words, "Five years ago, Choukidar came to power in the state of Choukidar said that he will fight against corruption. Give jobs to two unemployed. Pay the fair prices of farmers' crops. Each person will pay 15 lakhs to the account. But, the fact is that he has given Rs 5,55,000 crore to the accounts of 15 people. "