Revealed: Rahul Gandhi's 9 'weapons' to remove 'corruption'

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New Delhi, Jan 15: It seems that as the Lok Sabha elections 2014 are fast approaching, their 'fast approach' has become "inversely proportion" to the popularity of the ruling-Congress party.

The recently held ABP-Nelson survey showed that in the race for the country's top job- the next Prime Minister of India, the Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi was at the third slot.

One of the evidence that proves Congress party's low popularity is the assembly election results of five states. The Congress faced embarassing defeat in four states and could only retain power in Mizoram.

After losing power in Delhi and Rajasthan, the Congress has become extra-cautious in the run-up-to the general elections 2014.

Ajay Maken unveiled a poster projecting Rahul Gandhi as an anti-corruption hero.

Now, the party's scion and "shehzada" Rahul Gandhi has taken over the captaincy of the sinking ship of Congress and his sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has also shown her willingness to knock down the rivals.

Time to "pull up socks" for Rahul Gandhi

As Rahul swiftly readies himself for the "2014- The battle of power", he has to first accept the challenge of removing corruption from the society. For that he is all set to use his "nine weapons" to wipe away the corruption cancer.

The Congress general secretary Ajay Maken on Tuesday unveiled a new poster on Twitter projecting Rahul Gandhi as the anti-corruption crusader.

The slogan of the campaign is "Rahul ji ke nau hathiyar, door karenge bhrashtachar" (Rahul ji's nine weapons will end corruption).

The poster also features three laws and nine bills that the Congress-led UPA government intends to push in the next session of Parliament.

The three anti-corruption laws - the Black Money Regulation Act, Lokpal and the Right to Information Act - have been enacted during the UPA's two-term tenure.

Besides, Maken also took a dig at the BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Twitter.

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