Congress supremo Sonia Gandhi on Monday slammed Gujarat Chief Minister-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government and said its policies were "anti-people" and "anti-farmer".
Modi government´s policies are anti-people. Lakhs are reeling under poverty," Gandhi said while addressing a rally at Siddhpur town of Patan district in the poll-bound Gujarat.
"The UPA government initiated waiver schemes but the Gujarat government did not implement it," she said.
"Thousands of crores of farm loans were waived but the farmers in Gujarat did not benefit," said Sonia Gandhi.
She said unlike the NDA government, the Congress led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government did not discriminate between Congress and non-Congress states and released funds.
Without naming Modi, Gandhi said: "Funds for the state has been spent only in one constituency and we know in which one it has all been spent."
"It is Congress who can think of the development of every people in Gujarat and so please vote for our party," she said.