Aam-aadmi support Congress, hence the Opposition is scared and angry, claimed Rahul while addressing the crowd in Udaipur. He also asserted that he can leave his own dreams and aspirations behind if it is for the countrymen.
Will give up my dreams for yours, says Rahul to common man:
"I want to give up my dreams so that I can make your dreams come true," he said. Criticising Narendra Modi's recent statement on infrastructure, Rahul said, "Some people feel that if they build an airport, build infrastructure, the nation will be happy. But until those people who build the roads and the airports get food everyday the country won't progress."
Rahul Gandhi endorses Food Security Bill:
"Now, no one in the country will go hungry," asserted Rahul while praising the Food Security Bill. Rahul also criticised the BJP for playing the "Hindutva cards".
"India is a bouquet with different flowers. We want all the flowers to shine be it Hindu, Muslim or Adivasi," said Rahul and also added, "Opposition wants to forget all the minorities."
Land Acquisition Bill introduced for Dalits, tribals, says Rahul:
Speaking about Land Acquisition Bill, the Congress Vice President said that the bill was introduced so that the governments cannot forcibly take away land from Dalits and tribals.
"BJP, BJD in Niyamgiri confiscated land from tribals who worship the hills. We passed Land Acquisition Bill so that land of the aam aadmi is not forcibly taken," Rahul said.
Poor are burden for Opposition, says Rahul Gandhi in Udaipur:
Without taking any name of any party, Rahul Gandhi claimed that the poor are a burden for the Opposition.
However, speaking about the demand of the aam-aadmi (common man), Rahul said, "Aadhi roti khayenge, Congress party ko layenge" (We will vote for Congress even after having half bread a day)". Rahul Gandhi was reiterating the slogan raised by the huge crowd gathered at the venue.
Rahul Gandhi reaches Udaipur, Congress' journey kicked off:
Young Gandhi family scion Rahul Gandhi finally reached Udaipur to kick off Congress' election campaign in Rajsthan where an assembly election is due at the last of the year. Rahul addressed a huge rally rally in tribal-dominated Salumbar assembly constituency of Udaipur.
Congress President Sonia Gandhi would address two more rallies later. Udaipur division of the state is a Congress strong-hold where the party had secured 22 out of the 28 assembly seats last time when Congress formed its government led by Ashok Gehlot in 2008 getting 98 of the 200 total assembly seats.