Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to kickstart campaigning in Madhya Pradesh for the upcoming assembly polls in the state on Thursday by addressing a 'Satta Parivartan' rally.
The Gandhi scion will address two public rallies in Sagar and Indore in Madhya Pradesh at 12.15 pm and 2.30 pm respectively.
Presently, the BJP has its MLAs from the 65% seats in the region.
According to experts, the BJP does not have a strong foothold in the region at present and plans to replace several of its sitting MLAs in the region.
Madhya Pradesh goes to polls on November 25 and the counting will be held on December 8.
On Wednesday, Rahul addressed rallies in Churu and Alwar in Rajasthan. In an emotional speech, he shared his pain of losing his father and grandmother with the people. However, he went on to say that he too may be murdered some day, but he does not care about it. He also accused the BJP of playing communal politics.
Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi kickstarts rally in Sagar in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday.
"When we are working towards the right to food for the poor, the Opposition is asking where will the money come from," said Rahul Gandhi.
"There is no groupism in Congress, we will fight as one," Rahul Gandhi said.
"We believe in doing both — building infrastructure as well as providing food for the poor," Rahul said.
"When the poor ask for food, BJP asks where the money will come from," said Rahul.
"MP govt not utilising funds sent for welfare of people," said Rahul Gandhi.
"More roads constructed during Congress rule as compared to BJP," said Rahul Gandhi.
"We have made three times the roads that the NDA had built."
"India Shining Ignored Bundelkhand," he said.
"People in this country have been spending nights without eating," he said.
"Congress brought the Food and Land Bills as it is a pro-poor party" he said.