Prime Minister Narendra Modi continued Saturday with his attack on the Congress over its "unfulfilled" loan waiver promises.
Addressing a public meeting here, Modi said only a small number of loans were waived in Karnataka after the recent assembly elections in the state, where a JD(S)-Congress government is now in power.
He laid the foundation stone of a medical college here and released a commemorative postal stamp on Maharaja Suheldev.
"Several important steps have being taken to transform Purvanchal into a big medical hub and to strengthen the small industries of UP," he said.
The prime minister will also address a meeting in Varanasi later in the day.
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