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Congress must learn lesson from Karnataka elections
5/23/2018 10:36:01 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, May 23: From Karnataka elections; Congress must learn lesson and should adopt the public favouring policies in the country. Had Congress made pre-poll alliance the situation in Karnataka would have been quite different and the Karnataka Govt. formation drama would have been away from the ugly scene.
Congress's egoism made the Karnataka situation grim and it was a sort of help to BJP by the Congress by ignoring pre-poll alliance. Thanks to the natural emergence of Congress + JDS a little bit ahead otherwise tables which had turned to BJP; could not change their places.
Similar was the case in U.P Assembly election where Congress did not yield & got a strong defeat with only 7 MLAs out of 402. The past policies of Congress ruined the country's OBCs in General and J&K in particular when Mandal report was not implemented Congress violated Art 340 and ignored the due share upto 1992 when former P.M. Late V.P Singh announced the implementation of Mandal report. This was very unfortunate that (Congress & BJP) opposed Mandal report. However the Apex Court implemented though not in full but upto some extent in a diluted form.
The other main agenda of congress was the slogan of dry secularism with which it cheated the country's poor people. Congress never linked the secularism with social justice, the language of the Indian Constitution.
Now the days are gone for over whelming majority but the time has come when Congress has to go by the other Regional / National Political Parties. Congress should shun egoism for a strong alliance. Besides; Congress has to change its dry slogan of "Secularism" by linking it to the "Social Justice". Had Congress given due respect to Dr. Ambedkar; it would not have been eroded in the country. Countrymen are not fools but well understand the language and the action. Whenever Modi says, "We will fulfil the dreams of Ambedkar"; on the same day, at least one statue of Dr. Ambedkar is broken is well-known policy to the people & so Congress must adopt the policies in its basic institutions for a transparent system favouring constitutional rights.
This was all discussed in a meet of the union which was also shared by Principal Darshan Lal, Raj Kumar AEE, Sardar Gurjeet Singh, M.R. Bangotra (Rtd. CEO) & Prof. Kali Dass.
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