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Kerala s New Coalition

amendment was lost by one against all the rest. By and large the habit of consensus and unanimity had reasserted itself. The other resolution, on the role of the organisation in the implementation of the party's programmes, elicited far less enthusiasm from most delegates. Their attendance slumped and barring a few speeches the discussions were desultory, to say the least. There was much stress on the "weaker and poorer sections of society" and on the necessity of forming a "cadre-based" party but there seemed eagerness on all sides to hurry the resolution through as quickly as possible. It was resolved that there would be a camp at Chandigarh for training Congress workers"People's Co-operation Day'' observed on November Istep" towards acquaintingwith the programmes ofgress(R).

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