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Mixed Fortune for DCM

December 10, 1966 a position where they have to support the two parties alliance or no alliance. For example, the organisation set up to demand the creation of a Navsari district from the present Surat and Bulsar districts was earlier so strong that it was difficult for sometime for Congress leaders even to address meetings in Navsari. Originally the organisation wanted to set up two candidates in the election but now some pro-Swat- antra leaders of the organisation have resigned on the ground that the organisation should support the party which backs its demands rather than set up its own candidates. The Jan Sangh members of the organisation have also left on the same grounds. The result is that the organisation is completely shattered.

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