The former Union minister said that although the Modi government took steps such as demonetisation and the "half-cooked" GST, it did not pay heed to the people's problems caused by the notes ban.
"It's easy to give speeches, declare manifesto and publish advertisement, but this government is facing difficulties and there is a feeling among common people that they have failed to deliver (on their promises)," Mr Pilot, who was in Rajkot to campaign for the Gujarat assembly elections, told reporters.
He was in Rajkot to take part in the "Yuva Samvad" programme near Saurashtra University.
"What I have seen is that the people of the state are disappointed with the central government's performance and I felt an undercurrent that will help Congress register a massive win in the Gujarat elections," he said.
"The undercurrent occurs because the government had given so many promises, including that of bringing back black money, creating jobs for the youth and several others," Mr Pilot said.
Targeting the Centre over demonetisation and the GST, Mr Pilot said, "This government took steps like note ban and half-cooked GST. But what they did not pay heed to was that the people's problems caused due to note ban."
When asked about Farooq Abdullah's recent statement on Jammu and Kashmir, Mr Pilot said, "It was his personal view and Congress has already cleared its stand".
"I can say only about my party, he (Farooq) is from a different party and I am from Congress. But our party has already cleared the stand. It was his personal view."
Mr Pilot further said that Rahul Gandhi will soon take over as the president of the party.
"Very soon Congress will have Rahul Gandhi as its national president, as many state units has passed their resolutions and the party will complete the formalities for the post very soon", he added without specifying any date.