By Bharat Sharma Bengaluru: All India Congress Committee (AICC) President Rahul Gandhi is likely to come to Bengaluru on March 31 to campaign in the State, this information was shared with media persons by H.K. Patil, Chairman, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Campaign Committee in Bengaluru on Wednesday. Patil was talking at the Congress election campaign strategy workshop held at the Palace Grounds. The workshop gave broad guidelines to Congressmen, who had converged in the city, on how to highlight the failures of the present government at the Centre and at the same time inform the people about the achievements of the Congress party. Speaking to media persons following the workshop, Patil released a booklet about the failures of the NDA government in bringing in blackmoney stashed abroad, letting down farmers by doing nothing regarding farm loan waiver and the unemployment problem faced by the youth in the country. Black Money; One of the most promised commitments was that all the black money will be taken out of the economy and Rs 15 lakhs deposited in every citizen’s account. How much of black money was brought in and how many citizens’ benefitted, asked Patil. Loan waiver: Speaking about loan waiver of farmers, Patil questioned the Centre. He drew attention to the Modi’s speech before coming to power. “When we come in power, in the first meeting itself, the first work that will be done is waiving off loan of the farmers. I myself take the responsibility of this,” PM Modi had said during 2014 election campaign. All that has been forgotten during the NDA rule, Patil said. Unemployment: Modi promised creating of two crores jobs per year to resolve the unemployment problem in the country. But, in reality, unemployment actually increased to 1.7 crore per year in the country, Patil pointed out. Patil expressed confidence that the Congress-JD(S) coalition was sure of winning 22 of 28 seats in Karnataka. Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee president Dinesh Gundu Rao, KPCC working president Eashwar Khandre, KPCC spokesperson and vice-president B L Shankar and other party leaders participated in the campaign committee strategy meeting. .