Hitting out at the BJP for repeatedly bringing up Pakistan in its campaign, Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia says Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his party must stop looking outwards and gaze inwards as jobs and agrarian distress are the key issues facing the country. Scindia, the Congress' general secretary in-charge of Uttar Pradesh (West), said he is very confident the party's strategy, the candidates fielded and the campaign in the state will result in it winning the trust of the people. The Congress is fighting the elections in UP on its own strength to rebuild the party, the senior leader told PTI in an interview. Also read:\u00a0BJP moves EC to seek campaign ban on Rahul Gandhi for 'false' allegation against Modi Asked about BJP leaders repeatedly talking about Pakistan in their election campaign, he said, \u201cThe key issue in India is jobs, jobs and jobs. The key issue in India is about (the distress faced by) the kisan, the key issue in India is the maan (respect), samman (honour) and pehchaan (identity) of every citizen.\u201d \u201cStop looking outwards Mr Modi and and the BJP, look inwards and resolve the issues of the country,\u201d he said. As far as terrorism and Pakistan are concerned, everyone stands together, there is no Congress and no BJP, only India and the tricolour, he said. \u201cWhether you are a Congressman or from any other party, the country always comes first,\u201d Scindia said. Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Congress' general secretary in-charge for Uttar Pradesh (East), has also slammed the BJP over its repeated Pakistan references. Instead of speaking about India and what it had done for its youth, the ruling party was talking about Pakistan, she has said. Describing the party's minimum income scheme \u2018NYAY' as a \u201cgame changer\u201d, Scindia said the party will raise funds to ensure that \u2018NYAY' is provided to the poorest in the country. \u201cRs 72,000 in the bank account of specifically the woman member of every family that's below the poverty line is certainly a game changer not for UP alone but for the whole of India,\u201d Scindia said. \u201cIt will cost Rs 3,60,000 crore. We will raise the funds to ensure that we provide that NYAY. This is a fight about samman (honour), this is a fight about maan (respect), this is a fight about pehchan (identity) of every single citizen. That is the statement that we are taking to the people of the country,\u201d he said. On whether the scheme will have an impact electorally, Scindia asserted that it is not the Congress strategy to do things for electoral impact. The Congress, in its manifesto for the Lok Sabha elections, has said 'NYAY' or Nyuntam Aay Yojana will assure up to Rs 72,000 a year or Rs 6,000 a month income to 20 per cent of India's poorest families. Questioned on the possibility of a post poll tie-up between the Congress and the SP-BSP-RLD grand alliance, he said the Congress is fighting on its own might and the results will be there for all parties to see. "Let's see where the chips fall on the 23rd of May,\u201d he added. He also dismissed suggestions that a divided opposition had handed the BJP the advantage, saying \u201cwe will speak on May 23\u201d when the results will be out and the UPA forms the government at the Centre. Scindia was here on Monday to campaign for the party's candidate Omwati Devi, who is locked in a triangular contest with the BJP's Yashwant Singh and the BSP-SP-RLD's grand alliance's Girish Chandra. Addressing a gathering here, he said it was time for people to do \u201cvote bandi\u201d against those who carried out \u201cnote bandi\u201d (demonetisation). Scindia also took several digs at Prime Minister Modi, saying "achche din" were promised but no day under the Modi government could be categorised as such.