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I am gaining weight because of my love for Gujarati food, says Rahul Gandhi
In poll-bound Gujarat, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi revealed his love for Gujarati dishes at the Anjar rally by saying that his kitchen is filled with Gujarati delicacies.

While addressing a public rally, Rahul Gandhi said, "Yesterday, my sister came to my house. She noted that every food item in my kitchen is Gujarati - Khakra Gujarati, Achaar Gujarati, Moongphali Gujarati. You all have spoilt me, I am gaining weight now."

In the meanwhile, he took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi by saying that instead of focussing on the developmental issues in Gujarat which is the top-most concern of the state, the Prime Minister is paying more attention towards the Congress party.

"I listened to Modi ji's speech yesterday. 60 per cent of his speech was on Congress and me. This election is not about Congress or BJP but about the future of Gujarat and its people," the vice president said.

The Anjar rally is Rahul Gandhi's seventh visit to the poll-bound state since September this year and so far, the 47-year-old leader has raised many issues targeting the Prime Minister as well as the ruling party in the state.
On Monday, Gandhi lashed out at PM Narendra Modi over the issue of unemployment and inflation as he said that the workers are getting poor wages despite the 7th Pay Commission recommendations by the Centre.

"Despite the 7th Pay Commission fixing Rs 18,000 a month, why the fixed salary and contract workers are getting Rs 5,500 and Rs 10,000?," he asked on Twitter.

Earlier, he had hit out at PM Modi on several social issues related to women's safety, education and health infrastructure.

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