‘BJP Doesn’t Have Best Interest of Poor’: Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat

Rahul Gandhi is on a three-day visit to Gujarat.

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Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi kick-started his three-day campaign for the Gujarat Assembly elections on 25 September from the crucial Saurashtra region. The region has been electorally tough for the Congress for the last two decades, and it won only 12 of the 52 seats here in the 2012 Assembly elections.

In his campaign, Rahul will focus on demonetisation, GST, development in Gujarat, farmers’ issues, and poverty in urban pockets.

Addressing his supporters, Rahul Gandhi said that the BJP does not have the best interest of the poor. “Only the rich have a place in their hearts,” he said, adding that all of that will change when the Congress comes to power in Gujarat.

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