Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday exuded confidence of his party contesting the Lok Sabha polls with "full strength".
He also said that his party would win the next assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh.
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Gandhi was addressing a public meeting in Amethi before returning to Delhi at the end of his two-day visit to his Lok Sabha constituency.
He also slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and accused him of waiving only loans of industralists.
"The chowkidar proved to be a thief," he said, and remarked, "Gali gali mein shor hai, chowkidar chor hai."
Rahul charged Modi swears by God and then speaks lies.
"Where are the 'achchey din' promised?" he posed.
At the same time, Rahul said, "We have delivered the promise of loan waiver."
The Congress leader also questioned the "hurry" in removing the CBI chief.
He described note ban as the biggest scam.