Rahul Gandhi takes a dig at BJP's 'Make in India' campaign, says,
Rahul Gandhi takes a dig at BJP's 'Make in India' campaign, says, "Bye-Bye..."

Congress leaders and former party president Rahul Gandhi have often come under attack from trolls for his statements. At the same time, social media users sometimes distort his statement and start making memes. This time it has happened to him again. He had recently gone to Bangkok, which also raised questions on him. As soon as he came to India, he also clarified the schedule for his Haryana and Maharashtra assembly elections. In view of this, he gave a statement in Latur, Maharashtra, where memes started being made on that statement.

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According to media reports, Rahul Gandhi was attacking 'Make in India' during that time. However, he will not have any idea that he is definitely attacking in taunting accent, but whenever he says anything, people start making memes on his statements.

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Rahul addressing the rally at Ausa in Latur district for the Maharashtra Assembly elections surrounded the Central Government on the issue of unemployment. Attacking the central and state government, Rahul said that the Made in China policy is ending the jobs of Indian youth. During this, he called 'Make in India' as Khatam, Bye-Bye, Tata, Good Bye, etc.

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