He said Uttar Pradesh will not see a change until the Congress comes to power in the state.
"Unless you bring a Congress government in this state, you are not going to be empowered. The state will not witness any change till that time," Gandhi said while addressing the rally.
He said Bundelkhand region should be developed into big Indian cities like Bangalore or Delhi.
"You all should dream big and vote for a government that makes Bundelkand as developed as Delhi or Bangalore," Gandhi said.
Slamming the state government, Gandhi said: "Delhi sends thousands of crores of rupees for your development. But you don't get anything....People of Budelkhand have been shouting for years. Their voices reach Delhi but they do not reach Lucknow."
He will later address another rally in the state.
This is Gandhi's second visit to the state this month.
The Congress vice-president on Sunday addressed a rally in Delhi and said his party fights for the poor and weaker sections of the society.
"When the Congress fights then it does not fight with anger. We fight from our hearts. We fight for the poor and the weak," Gandhi said while addressing a rally in poll-bound Delhi.
--IBNS (Posted on 30-10-2013)