In Pics: Rahul Gandhi hears out grievances of porters

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New Delhi, Feb 11: Looks like everybody wants to hear out the pleas and grievances of the aam aadmi. Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday interacted with the porters at the New Delhi railway station and heard their grievances.

Rahul Gandhi spoke to the porters ahead of the Rail budget.

Gandhi has been organising janta durbars across the country in a move to include maximum participation from the public for the Congress poll manifesto ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.

During the interaction many porters put forth their problems in front of Gandhi. Gandhi talked about the need to create a concrete support base with "basic minimum rights" for 70 crore people of the strata between BPL and middle class, a theme he has of late been repeatedly talking about.

"In India, there are 70 crore people who do different odd jobs, they want to go forward," he said.

Gandhi scion making a strong point

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi interacts with porters to seek their opinion on party manifesto for Lok Sabha elections 2014, at Delhi Railway Station on Tuesday.

Gandhi assured of better facilities for the porters

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi interacts with porters to seek their opinion on party manifesto for Lok Sabha elections 2014, at Delhi Railway Station on Tuesday.

The 'coolie' community showed their support for the Cong

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi interacts with porters to seek their opinion on party manifesto for Lok Sabha elections 2014, at Delhi Railway Station on Tuesday.

Rahul seeks porters' opinion for poll manifesto

Rahul Gandhi heard he grievances of the collies at the New Delhi Railway station.

Porters were more than glad to interact with Rahul

During the interaction Rahul said: "We take everyone's voice to the government for the betterment of their life."

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