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‘Modi ki guarantee’ failed, does not reach people: Kharge

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi talks about “Modi Ki guarantee” but it is “unsuccessful” and does not reach people, Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge alleged on Wednesday as he launched his party’s “Ghar Ghar Guarantee” initiative under which it aims to reach out to eight crore households across the country. Kharge launched the initiative from Usmanpur, Kaithwada in the North East Delhi parliamentary constituency and distributed pamphlets on the Congress’s “Paanch Nyay Pachees Guarantee”.
Party general secretary Jairam Ramesh said it is important to note that the “Ghar Ghar Guarantee” initiative is being launched from a place from where, in 1978, the Congress used the “hand” symbol for the first time. Interestingly, this time the Congress’s campaign tagline is also centred around its poll symbol — “Haath Badlega Halaat”.
Posting a picture of himself handing over the party’s “guarantee card” to a woman, former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi said on X: “Our Paanch Nyay and 25 Guarantees are a promise to provide every Indian with a better future, equal opportunities, and a fair share in India’s growth.
“Our Paanch big guarantees are — Pehli Naukri Pakki: Every educated youth will have their first job guaranteed with Rs 1 lakh salary; Mahalakshmi: One woman in every poor family will be given Rs 1 lakh every year; Sahi Daam and Karz Mukti: Loan waiver and legal status to MSP, according to the Swaminathan Commission’s formula. “Shram Ka Samman: Rs 400 per day, National Minimum Wage, including for MGNREGA; Ginti Karo: Every individual and every community to be counted through a nationwide census to ensure social and economic equity.”
The Congress will empower every youngster, woman, farmer, worker and marginalised citizen of India, Gandhi asserted.

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