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'Don't choose hate, but jobs': Rahul Gandhi

 NEW DELHI: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday sought youth's support by promising to fill 30 lakh vacant government posts. In a clip posted on X, he claimed Congress-led I.N.D.I.A will win the election and after forming the government, the process to fill the vacant posts will start from August 15.

NEW DELHI: Rahul Gandhi has,in a video message said that the government of INDIA Alliance is going to be formed on June 4 and we have a guarantee that by August 15 we will start the recruitment process for 30 lakh vacant government posts. “So don't be swayed by Narendra Modi's false propaganda, stick to your issues”,said Gandhi.

Rahul Gandhi said, "The strength of the country,lies in the hands of  youth of the country, the Lok Sabha elections are slipping from the hands of Narendra Modi, he is losing and will not become the Prime Minister of India."



 Gandhi said they have decided to divert your attention for the next 4-5 days.

“Now unemployment is the biggest issue. Narendra Modi told you that he will give employment to two crore youth. They lied, demonetized, implemented wrong GST and gave all the work of Sara to people like Adani”,he said.

Rahul Gandhi said, we are bringing recruitment trust scheme. Government of India is going to be formed on 4th June and we guarantee that by 15th August we will start recruitment for 30 lakh vacant government posts. Don't be swayed by Narendra Modi's false propaganda, stick to your issues. Listen to India, don't hate, choose a job.

Gandhi Wednesday dared PM Modi to hold a probe by the CBI or ED into whether businessmen Adani and Ambani sent black money to his party and taunted if PM Modi was speaking from his "personal experience" that they send their "money in a tempo". He also asked PM Modi if he was "scared".

Gandhi's strong retort to PM Modi came after the latter attacked him at an election rally, saying why he had stopped "abusing" Adani and Ambani in his attacks and whether his party received money from them in return.

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