Rahul Gandhi mocks PM Modi, Jayalalithaa; says 'they've answers to everyone's problems'
Gandhi also alleged that Tamil Nadu chief minister preferred to “stay within the four walls” without bothering to visit the people or listen to their grievances.
Coimbatore: Addressing a poll rally here in Tamil Nadu on Saturday, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa are “two leaders in the country who think they have all the answers to everyone's problems”.
“There are two leaders in this country who believe they have all the answers to everyone's problems. One is sitting in Delhi, he is the Prime Minister of the country and other one is Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu,” Gandhi said.
He also alleged that the Tamil Nadu chief minister preferred to “stay within the four walls” without bothering to visit the people or listen to their grievances.
He also blamed her for unemployment, corruption and migration of industries to other states.
Rahul Gandhi addressed the rally along with DMK treasurer M K Stalin.
“Tamil Nadu does not need a government which is run by a person who stays within four walls and does not even have the decency to come out and see what has happened when the floods came to Chennai.”
“I could come from Delhi to see what has happened in Tamil Nadu and to help, to give a hand to the poor people but the Chief Minister could not walk out of her house,” the Indian Express quoted Gandhi as saying.