Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi addressed a rally in Delhi's Jahangirpuri area on Wednesday ahead of voting which is to take place in the capital on February 7. 

Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi said,"Modi made many promises during the Lok Sabha polls. I said one man alone can't change India.". Bringing up the suit Modi wore on Republic Day, which had his name all over, Rahul said, PM wears suit worth Rs 10 lakh, even that is not made in India, it is made in UK, and he speaks of "Make In India." 

He also attacked Prime Minister Modi on price rise and unemployment. 

The Congress vice-president accused the BJP of crony capitalism. He said Modi had sold dreams to the people, but had not fulfilled promises.

With just three days to go for Delhi elections, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi is addressing a rally in Delhi's Jahangirpuri area.


Highlights of his speech:

- UPA suffered political loss due to land acquisition bill

- Thousands of acres taken away for building a formula one track

- We passed the land acquisition bill -- there was no task that was more difficulty in the UPA II tenure but we did it

- If there is a Congress government, within 2 years everyone would have their own houses to live in

- Witin a week, we will make all contract labour in offices like DTC permanent

- We changed Delhi. There's little work left to be done and we will complete it

- In 6 months we will reduce power rates to Rs 1.50 (per unit) and make water cheaper

- Modiji's Make in India has not given employment to anyone

- You voted for Mr Modi in Delhi in the Lok Sabha elections. Did your lives change?

- Mr Modi had said that the inflation will come down.

- When it was the UPA government in Delhi, the international prices of fuel/barrel was very high at $140. It has now come down to $40 per barrel. Has the prices dropped so much for you?

- The country has realised that big promises were made to them, but not fulfilled.

- You are not going to get anything from Narendra Modi and Arvind Kejriwal.

- They want different communities (Hindus and Muslims) to fight.

- Congress party stands for communal harmony.

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