Rahul Gandhi targeted Modi government during a visit to Bahrain on December 8, 2018. This was his first visit abroad as the Congress president.
He accused the Centre of dividing people on the basis of caste and religion and lack of job creation.
Also Rahul hit impliedly Modi government Economy failure and said time has come for India to proceed in development track.
Hitting back at the Congress President , BJP law minister Ravi sankar prasad dubbed Rahul Gandhi's speech in Bahrain as "irresponsible", alleging that the Congress president was spreading "hatred" among Indians with his speeches abroad like he did in the country.
He said the Congress chief over his last night's address and contrasted it with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to 270 Indian origin (PIO) parliamentarians, focusing on boosting ties between India and other countries.
Addressing a press conference, Prasad questioned Gandhi's remarks in which he accused Modi government of pursuing a divisive agenda to hide its failures, and said they had expected that he would not harp on political differences and "spread hatred in a foreign country as he did in India".
"The BJP strongly condemns Rahul Gandhi's irresponsible utterances.... He is spreading hatred among people," he said.