Patel cited Modi's recent visit to Germany, where Patel claimed that Modi had a high-level meeting with businessmen to lure them to invest in India, showing them a graphic representation of a 'Make In India' logo, a lion made of industrial parts.
"That logo was projected as a three dimensional (3D) holographic animation. You can only see that logo. You cannot touch it or feel it. Similarly, this central government is also a hologram government, which can neither be touched nor felt. It is also hollow from inside, but wrapped in a nice packaging," Patel said during Gujarat's Foundation Day celebrations organised by the state unit of the Congress, held at Tagore Hall here.
Addressing Congress leaders, MLAs and party workers, Patel alleged that none of Modi's programmes have actually been realised on the ground.
"Be it 'Ganga Safai' or 'Make in India', none of his programmes have taken off the ground. There has hardly been any new investment during the last one year. On the contrary, India has experienced a decrease in job creation after our PM floated his 'Make In India' campaign," Patel claimed.

Patel urged Congress party workers to take the pro-farmer movement initiated by Sonia Gandhi and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi to make people aware about the government's failures. He also attacked the 'Gujarat Model', which according to him, is way beyond reality.

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