Rahul said all the poll promises made by his party like MGNREGS, different development packages, Land Acquisition Bill and Food Security Bill among others had been fulfilled.
Rahul Gandhi has accepted the fact that his political future hings on the outcome of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections by saying that it was for the first time after 1991 that the party was contesting polls in Uttar Pardesh in a “real sense”.
“The first move towards seriously contesting the polls was made in 2009, and now in 2012 the party will be fighting it out in the real sense,” he said.
Now the promise of reservation made to minorities was also going to be fulfilled, he told PCC members and presidents of district and city units of the party.
Rahul said they had the capability to form the next government in Uttar Pradesh and the only requirement for it was a firm resolve.
“You have the capability to form the next government in UP and if you make a firm resolve, it will definitely be formed.”
On non-Congress governments in UP, Rahul said during the tenure of BSP, SP and other parties the state had lagged behind.
On inflation, he said some people had told him that it was a major issue and asked whether controlling prices was not the responsibility of the BSP government.
The FDI was meant to control the price rise but the BSP opposed it strongly, Rahul said.
He said the progress of the Congress in Uttar Pradesh was in the interest of all and asked partymen to work unitedly and ensure its victory.