According to Gandhi, the state should not be ruled from Nagpur -- where the Rashtriya Swyamsevak Sangh (RSS), the BJP's political mentor, is headquartered.
"We will not let the people of Tamil Nadu to be led by Nagpur," Gandhi said, adding that the DMK-Congress combine will defend the spirit of the Tamil people.
"After 2019, no farmer will be put in jail for non-repayment of loan."
He said the Congress government will tell the farmers in advance the Minimum Support Price (MSP) and other things so that they can plan their crops accordingly.
Gandhi said the Congress party has decided to carry out a surgical strike on poverty and promised to identity 20 per cent of the poorest in the country and transfer Rs 72,000 every year into the bank account of women head of the poor family under the proposed Nyay scheme.
"Once the money gets paid into the bank account, poor people will start consuming and the economy will kickstart again."
He said the textile industry in Tiruppur and the silk industry in Kancheepuram will start booming again after being affected by the Goods and Services Tax (GST).
Gandhi also promised a simple and single rate tax regime once the Congress comes to power.
According to him, the Congress, once it comes to power, will fill up the 24 lakh vacant jobs in the government and 10 lakh vacancies in Panchayats.
Gandhi said the Congress will bring in reservation of seats in the Lok Sabha, the Rajya Sabha and state assemblies for women.
"Thirty-three per cent of central government jobs will also be reserved for women," he added.
The Congress is fighting the Lok Sabha elections in Tamil Nadu as part of the DMK-led alliance.
Referring to the opposition to common entrance exam for medical college admissions in Tamil Nadu, Gandhi said in the Congress manifesto there is a line that states NEET (National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test) will not be imposed.
"It seems like a small line in the manifesto. But it is the expression of Tamil Nadu. Every line in our manifesto is the expression of somebody in the country," Gandhi said.
He said all sections of the society were discussed before coming out with our manifesto.
"It is not manki baath but our kaam ki baath," he said.
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