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No Laurels for Co-operative Marketing

quote Mohit Sen writing in New Age (September 14): "There are no signs yet of this process being reversed. Indeed there are all the indications that the Planning Commission intends to proceed on its suicidal and anti-national course" which, he has mentioned earlier, "represented a signal advance for the forces of monopoly and neocolonialism." He also notices correctly that "... the Plan outlay this year is going to be less. The ... of State capitalist intervention in the economy is going to be reduced further." Whether or not Mohit Sen believes that the Plan has been forced upon an unwilling Prime Minister by the sinister Syndicate leaders, he cannot but have noticed that Indira Gandhi has not uttered a single word or changed a comma or a semicolon of the Plan document.

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