Rahul Gandhi in Maha: BJP disrespecting people and their hardwork

Rahul Gandhi rally in Aurangabad
Aurangabad, Mar 5: Confident of winning the Lok Sabha elections, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said that the 'Congress will send BJP away with love just like how Congress sent the Britishers back.'

Addressing a rally here Gandhi took a dig at the BJP saying that 'they call themselves Hindu but they have never opened the Bhagwad Gita.' "When in Karnataka their CM goes to jail, then they don't see the corruption.

Even in Gujarat there are three corrupt ministers," he said. Continuing his attack on the BJP he said that the ' BJP was disrespecting the people, when it says that what India did in 60 years, we will do it in 60 months.' " It is disrespectful to the people and their hardwork," he said.

Hitting out at Modi he said that the BJP wanted to take power from all the people and wanted to give it to one person."We want to empower the people of India, we want the system to open up," he said. Speaking about the achievements of the UPA government, he said that it was the Congress party that brought the Lokpal Bill, the RTI Act.

The country will move forward only when the power is given to the aam aadmi, he said.

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