"Congress started work on poll manifesto six months back and we went to poor, farmers and labourers before drafting our manifesto to know about their problems and issues and incorporated their suggestions in the manifesto but what BJP did is they removed Congress symbol and pasted their symbol on our manifesto," Gandhi said.
    
"We want to associate people but BJP wants to run government of big businessmen. This is the difference between Congress and BJP," he said while addressing a public meeting.
    
"Congress wants to give the nation right of health. Our (former) government in Rajasthan took this initiative and now we want to introduce at the national level if our government is formed. We have also made promises with regard to old age pension, right to roof, among other," he said.
    
Gandhi said the BJP has made promises for such works, which have already been started by the Congress government.
    
"They talk about one rank one pension in defence forces but Congress has already done it. Congress has started work on an industrial corridor and BJP says that its government if formed would start work for that," he said.
    
Gandhi said the BJP in its manifesto mentioned that it would take steps against corruption but what steps will be taken is not cleared.
    
"They talk about corruption but when their leader goes to Karnataka, he sits with the most corrupt chief minister who has been to jail on corruption charges. He cannot see mining mafia in Chhattisgarh, cannot see corruption in Madhya Pradesh," Gandhi said, targeting Narendra Modi.
    
He also lauded the achievements of the Congress-led UPA government at the Centre.
    
"UPA government empowered people with Right to Information which brought out corruption before people from the power chambers of chief minister or bureaucrats," Gandhi said, addressing the meeting in support of the party candidate from Jhunjhunu Rajbala Ola.
    
Senior party leader Kumari Selja, PCC chief Sachin Pilot, former PCC chief Chandrabhan, former Rajasthan ministers Virendra Beniwal and Brijendra Ola were present in the meeting. states... you know the record of your CM... they sit with BS Yeddyurappa in Karnataka and do not see mine mafia in Chhattisgarh,” he said.

(JPN/Agencies)

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