Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, announcing his "extensive" finances consultation is reserved only for his crony capitalist buddies and the outstanding rich and no longer farmers, students, youth, ladies or the center class.
Gandhi's comments come a day after Modi met economists, non-public fairness and task capitalists, enterprise leaders and agri experts at Niti Aayog and called for focussed efforts from all stakeholders to reap the target of almost doubling the size of the Indian economy to USD 5 trillion by means of 2024.
Using the hashtag "SuitBootSarkar" he alleged that Modi has no hobby in views or voices of such humans like farmers, students, personnel and small businessmen.
"Modi's most full-size finances consultation ever, is reserved for crony capitalist pals & the incredible rich. He has no interest in the views or voices of our farmers, students, youth, women, Government & PSU employees, small businessmen or middle classification tax payers," Gandhi said on Twitter.