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Jan Sangh Hastens Slowly

Jan Sangh Hastens Slowly D P Kumar AT its recent General Council session at Udaipur, the Jan Sangh sought to give a fresh delineation to its class character by projecting itself as a middle of the road party rather than a Rightist one. It would not in future have anything to do with Rightist parties such as Swatantra. The Jan Sagh, it was stated with renewed emphasis, is a party of the common man and the poor, riot of the rich or the monopolists.

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