Rahul: J&K, Moon mission BJP ploy to divert attention

AURANGABAD: Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday hit out at BJP, saying it was diverting public attention from real issues by invoking the nullification of Article 370 in Jammu & Kashmir and India's Moon mission.
"While campaigning in Maharashtra, PM Narendra Modi and (Union home minister) Amit Shah are not uttering a single word on real issues. They are instead trying to take political mileage out of the nullification of Article 370 and Isro's efforts. The ruling party leaders are unmindful of the fact that public anger is mounting due to core issues such as agricultural distress and unemployment," he said.
Rahul kickstarted his poll campaign for the assembly elections in the state from Ausa in Latur. At the start of his address, Rahul took a dig at BJP for its 2014 poll slogan by asking the audience if "acche din" had arrived. "Has unemployment affected you? Have farmers received good returns for their agricultural yield? Have loans of farmers been waived?" he said to a large audience that had gathered in the hot and humid weather.
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