Rahul Gandhi, who is on his six-day US tour, attacked Narendra Modi during his speech saying, “Modi can confuse even God.”
Gandhi took a dig at Modi, who he thinks has a “disease” which makes him feel like he “knows even better than God.”
He said the new Parliament building inauguration and the “whole sceptre thing”, which included Modi’s prostration before the ‘Sengol’ are “distractions” from real issues like unemployment and price rise.
During the ‘Mohabbat Ki Dukaan’ event organised by Indian Overseas Congress USA in California’s Santa Clara on Tuesday, Rahul also said that India is not a “fair place” in terms of treatment of Dalits, tribals, poor and minorities and the Congress would work towards changing this situation.
The former Wayanad Lok Sabha MP further said that India is being run by a group of people who are “absolutely convinced” and have “disease” that they know everything.
Taking a jibe at PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi said that some groups in India have the “disease” of being under the impression that they know everything.
Quoting party sources, reports said that the senior leader will be attending several programmes during his six-day visit.
The report added the Congress leader in San Francisco interacted with the Indian diaspora, venture capitalists, tech executives and students at Silicon Valley.