New Delhi, Feb23: In another attack on Central Government, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday alleged that the government "did not want to accept" that there was a "job crisis" in the country, and said the PM should hold discussions with the youth to address the issue. He also alleged that the country's wealth is "concentrated" in the hands of "a few people".
The Congress chief asserted that the state must pay for a large part of the education of students.
There was no immediate reaction from the government.
He reiterated the per hour job figures to attack the prime minister on the issue.
"In a county of over 1.2 billion people, and India is creating about 450 jobs per 24 hours while China is creating 50,000 jobs in the same 24 hours," he said, claiming, "these are not my figures, but of the finance ministry given in Lok Sabha".
"Our prime minister doesn't seem to think this is a problem," Gandhi alleged.
"We need to first acknowledge that there is a problem, and then we need to galvanize support to fight it. That is what we (Congress) believe in," he said.
Gandhi said he has already challenged Prime Minister Modi to debate with him on Rafale, corruption, job, and other issues.