Published: Tue, January 09, 2018
Worldwide | By Victor Meyer

Congres President Rahul Gandhi to address NRIs in Bahrain

Congres President Rahul Gandhi to address NRIs in Bahrain

Gandhi, who was elected party chief last month at the culmination of organisational elections, took the decision among speculation that there could be changes at the top in states.

Ahead of his Bahrain tour, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday took his Twitter handle for admiring the Indian Diaspora from corner to corner of the world.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi, while addressing a gathering at the convention of Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin in Bahrain, stated that the Central government is busy converting the fear being generated in jobless youth into hatred between communities. At the Congress Bhawan here on Sunday, the party members celebrated with fireworks and candies. "We will update it (Indian politics)".

"You said there is gap". "The Congress is fighting on the ground". Gujarat is the BJP's bastion and stronghold. "We can not imagine an India that does not belong to all of us", he said.

Gandhi also said that job creation, transforming the education system and developing a strategy for a global healthcare system will be three main goals of the Congress party when it comes to power.

"New investments have been lowest in 13 years".

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8 admitted that he also "made mistakes" and promised to present a new party, whose focus will be to give a "new vision" to India. To make matters worse, many in the Indian diaspora have lost hard-earned money because of arbitrary decisions like demonetisation. Earlier, GOPIO chairman Thomas Abraham said Overseas Citizens of India and People of Indian Origin have as much as Rs 100 billion (Rs 10,000 crore) still lying with them, and the organisation has appealed to the government but there is no resolution. Gandhi is expected to return to India on January 9.

"The government's failure to creating jobs is resulting in tremendous anger and unrest in India".

"Instead of removing poverty and creating jobs, what we see instead is a rise in the forces of hate and division", he said, while calling upon NRIs to help fight them.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi engages with the diaspora during his visits overseas. "There should not be silence". The Congress said that "an arrogant Prime Minister" and "a failed Finance Minister" were hellbent on "ignoring economic wisdom" and had dealt a "catastrophic blow to India's growth story".

Gandhi also said that activists and journalists are threatened in India.

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