Admitting “some anti-incumbency” against the UPA government which has committed one or two mistakes, Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday promised a “radical government” headed by him if Congress comes to power after the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.

In an interview to ETV, the Congress vice-president also conceded UPA government may have committed one or two mistakes. He, however, hastened to add that it has also done a lot of work.

Mr. Gandhi said if MPs want him to be the Prime Minister after elections, he would agree to it “not 99 percent but 103 percent” and promised that the government under him will “change India.”

“It will change the system and the structure. It will not be a conventional government. It will be a radical government and it will change the structure radically,” Mr. Gandhi said.

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