Voters of Bihar will decide whether India would move towards 'divisiveness or harmony', she said at a poll rally in Kahalgaon near here as she tore into PM Modi's 16-month rule which she described 'harmful' for the country.

Taunting PM Modi 'for spending more time abroad than at home', the Congress president said had repackaged old schemes of the previous government and represented them as new packages because he was an 'expert in packaging and repackaging'.

She also raked up the issue of reservation, which has become a major talking point in Bihar polls against the backdrop of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's call for review of the quota policy.

Without taking RSS' name, Gandhi cited, "There is match fixing going on between Nagpur and BJP.  But I want to tell you that Congress is committed to Constitutional provisions on SC, ST and OBC quotas."

Calling the ensuing Assembly elections as decisive, Gandhi said, "Bihar is at crucial crossroads. From here will be determined the future of both Bihar and the country. You have to decide whether from here on the country will move towards divisiveness or harmony."

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