Congress president Rahul Gandhi cited Train 18 experiencing trouble on Saturday to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Make in India programme, claiming that most people feel it has failed. A day after being flagged off by Prime Minister Modi, India's first semi-high speed train, Vande Bharat Express or Train 18, ran into some trouble early this morning while returning to Delhi from Varanasi. "Modi ji, I think Make in India needs a serious rethink. Most people feel it has failed. I assure you we in the Congress are thinking very deeply about how it will be done," Gandhi tweeted, tagging a report which claimed train 18 'breaks down' 200 km outside Delhi. After experiencing problems, the train reached Delhi around 1 pm on Saturday and is scheduled to begin its first commercial run on Sunday with all tickets already sold out. Also read:\u00a0Vande Bharat Express begins regular service from today: Schedule, fare, stations, IRCTC menu; details here While officials said the problem was caused by "skidding wheels", those on board the train claimed it was a case of malfunctioning of brakes. Train 18 was manufactured by the Integral Coach Factory, Chennai. It became India's fastest train by hitting speeds of over 180 kmph during a trial run on a section of the Delhi-Mumbai Rajdhani route. It was renamed as Vande Bharat Express by Railway Minister Piyush Goyal.