He also took a dig at Modi's 'achche din' slogan, asking where have those promised good days gone, saying Congress good days will come once farmers, labourers and the poor felt good.

Rahul, who was seen standing next to controversial Congress MLA Imran Masood, who was jailed in March last year for his hate speech against Modi, said, "We don't want such an India where the poor, farmers and oppressed are unhappy. We don't want a suit-buit government. We want that India should be of the poor, labourers and small people."

Taking a dig at the Prime Minister, he said, "When Lok Sabha elections were held a lot of people supported Narendra Modi. He claimed that he will change India. He does not even remember his own slogan of 'achche din ayenge'. When we talk of 'achche din' people laugh across the country. Where are those good days?".

Talking about Uttar Pradesh, he asked chief minister Akhilesh Yadav to come forward and keep up to his promise of bringing a change in the state by resolving the farmers' issue of their pending payments of sugarcane and restarting the sugar mills.

In an apparent dig at Modi and BJP, Rahul said for him everyone was one and an Indian, be it from any religion or caste.

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