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

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Building on Wider Base

April 7, 1973 ested quarters, that Indira Gandhi is handing over the country to the communists under pressure from the USSR, on whom we are alleged to have became terribly dependent, is a lot of poppycock. Even the communists, hunting for a secure perch -m the Congress bandwagon, don't really believe it. They know that when the chips are down, the Congress party will not play the politics of polarisa tion. Continental pressures warn against such politics. However, the public has every reason to wonder at some of the statements that Indira Gandhi's colleagues make every now and then. And inevitably, the question forms: who rules party? ruling party?

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