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We will listen to your 'Mann ki Baat': Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat

By Chennabasaveshwar

Congress vice president on Monday likened Congress party rule to people's government, saying the party will heed to their every demand if brought to power in Gujarat. He was speaking at a public rally in Kheda.

Rahul Gandhi begins second leg of 'Navsarjan yatra' in Gujarat. Courtesy: ANI news

Rahul Gandhi asked, "What happened to development in Gujarat? How has this gone haywire? We are fed up of lies."

Taking a jibe at PM Modi's weekly programme 'Mann ki Baat', Rahul Gandhi said, "We will not talk about our Mann ki Baat, we will listen to your Mann ki Baat."

Earlier, President Rahul Gandhi reached Ahmedabad to begin his second-leg of 'Navsarjan yatra' in poll-bound Gujarat.

Rahul Gandhi was welcomed by Congress spokesperson and MLA from Abdasa constituency Shaktisinh Gohil at Ahmedabad airport.

Gandhi's visit will start from Ahmedabad, from where he will head to Khatraj Chokdi in Kheda district for a corner meeting. He will also pay a visit for darshan at Santram Mandir and hold a corner meeting in Nadiad and Anand district.

Also, he will hold three corner meeting apart from interacting with local leaders traders, entrepreneurs and professionals in Vadodara.

Rahul's visit comes amid a series of speeches by Prime Minister Narendra Modi across Gujarat, taking forward the campaign for the Bharatiya Janata Party.

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