Congress' chief ministerial competitor in the 2017 Uttar Pradesh Assembly election Sheila Dikshit has said farmers loans will be deferred and power tariff will be cut "considerably" if her party shapes the administration in the state.
Tending to the social event at the gathering service of the party's '27 saal, UP behaal' crusade at Ashoka Palace in Rampur Maniharan here in the area, she faulted the SP, BSP and BJP for the "backwardness" of the state.
The previous Delhi boss pastor guaranteed that the state lingered behind amid the 27 years of non-Congress principle.
"The streets and also the peace circumstance of the state are in an unfortunate condition. The instruction framework is broken. There is no wellbeing for anybody here.
"The sugar factories are being shut down. The agriculturists don't get paid. That is the reason Congress VP Rahul Gandhi hosts said if the gathering comes to power, agriculturists' advances will be postponed, the force duty will be diminished significantly and the ranchers will be paid more," she said.
Ms Dikshit said because of absence of job open doors, the adolescent of the state was relocating to enormous urban communities, for example, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and also to different states.
Alluding to the late "quarrel" in Mulayam Singh Yadav's family, she guaranteed that the SP stood "uncovered".
"It (the quarrel) demonstrates that they (the Yadavs) are agonized over their family and not the state," she asserted.
Talking on the event, Congress general secretary Ghulam Nabi Azad charged that as far back as the SP, BSP and BJP began administering the state, they made divisions in the general public.