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The Ins and the Outs

to accept responsibility seems out of favour. The Ins and the Outs IN SPITE OF many reverses, the Congress still emerged as the largest single party after the election and could perhaps have demanded its right to try to form a government. Instead, very sensibly, Pra- fulla Sen told the Governor that the Congress had failed to secure an absolute majority and would not, therefore, attempt to form a government in collaboration with others, This good sense, not shown by the Hame party in other States, was in fact imposed upon the Congress, for any effort on its part to work up a government of sorts would have led to serious consequences. A foretaste of what might happen was given about this time last year when, following the bandhs, life was made very difficult, for Congressmen and their families in several districts. The methods employed need not be approved, the fact yet must be reported.

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