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Comments 1

  • Title: Preparations for UPA-III.

    What Congress leader Janardan Dwivedi saying is not a radical change in party’s ideology but it is demand of our time and country. Question of economic equality in society never addressed before this by Congress party so aggressively. So many senior party leaders never dare to comment on sensitive issues like Quota. Janardan Dwivedi is think tank of party and his statement should be taken as an agenda of UPA-III to the some extent. He called for an end to cast based reservation and urged party Vice President Rahul Gandhi to introduce quota for financially weaker section of society. Dwivedi said that why it did not happen so far just because vested interest got into the process. He questioning does the really needy person even among Dalits and OBC castes get the benefits of quota. Only upper crust avail benefits of quotas. His demand comes at a time when minority sub quota and reservation in promotion for SCs and STs like sensitive issues pending before party. Dwivedi’s voice is well heard in Congress.
    What he said is to be translated as an agenda of Congress. Congress may include his demands into party’s manifesto. If Congress want to come into power again than party has to show that what new it is going to do for the nation. Reservation for economically weaker section is well sought thing. It is another form of subsidy. Financial inequality not address by political parties till now. Congress picked it right time. Inequality is big reason behind growing crime rate and aggression against governments in this time. Congress tried to address this issue. Dwivedi took a litmus test on financial inequality. If party addresses this issue well than result will be not less than a miracle for Congress. Congress will try to take concrete steps to reduced gape between very poor, lower middle class and middle class. Growing financial inequality is major worry and reason behind emergence of Aam Aadmi Party and congress has learnt lot of lesions from last assembly elections. Congress will spare no chance to address deep rooted problems.

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