ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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The Post-Jabalpur Situation

The Post-Jabalpur Situation Romesh Thapar IF the Jabalpur session of the AICC has any significant lesson for the wary observer of the political scene, it is that the polarisation tactic is now definitely at a discount within the Congress even as it is becoming a passion among certain constituents of hitherto anti-Congress united fronts. This dramatic change has occurred within six months of the general election and is bound to condition developments. The battle between points and counter- points, which threatened at one time to disrupt the ruling party at the Centre, is likely to dissolve into a more solid debate on issues vital to economic growth and pro- ductivity.

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