ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Fresh Ground in Aid

December 10, 1966 over elections to the all-powerful State Congress Election Committees and later over the actual selection of candidatesThe factions which were forced to leave the party were invariably the ones which were routed in the intra-party struggle and which realised that there was nothing to be gained from staying on to bargain with the dominant groups. In the States where the factions have been more evenly matched there has been less talk of secession. So in spite of the few big names at Monday's convention, the strength of the Jana Congress units in the different States can be easily exaggerated.

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