Mr Gandhi will campaign in different parts of the during two-days visit of the state. Another Modiji, the PM, also sold dreams - of achhe din, Rs 15 lakh in everyone's bank account, 2 crore jobs. "This government has, instead of giving hope, security and economic growth, dealt us only with hopelessness, unemployment, fear, hatred and violence", he added.
Taking to Twitter, Gandhi through a poem said that first it was Lalit Modi then Vijay Mallya and now Nirav Modi, who have eloped the country. "In fact, one can say he sold dreams to many people, including the government which happily slept while (Nirav) Modi ran away with the public's hard-earned money", he said. He said that with money, the BJP had become so arrogant that they think they can buy God also. He also mentioned the harassment and threats to three Garo youths from their landlady in Delhi because they did not look "Indian enough".
Congress President also showed the thinking of the party towards the people of the state during these rallies.
Meghalaya to go for assembly elections on February 27 along with another poll-bound state Nagaland. "Before saying anything against the Meghalaya government, the BJP leaders should remember that Meghalaya's growth rate is higher than (that of) Gujarat's". Without Meghalaya, India is not complete. "The Tura-Shillong highway is there for everyone to see", he said. He said that with the RSS, one of the BJP ministers had come to Meghalaya and offered crores of rupees to the Church. Today, I promise you that we will not allow a repetition of Manipur in Meghalaya.
When it was pointed out that Modi had not responded to the Congress' questions over the issue, Tewari said the party believed in democracy and would continue to play the role of a responsible Opposition.
When asked why the previous BJP government in the State had failed in providing good governance, Shah said the party had learnt a lot since then.