ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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NEW DELHI-Fall-Out of Janata Crisis

NEW DELHI Fall-Out of Janata Crisis B M NEW DELHI is in the grip of the crisis in the Janata party. The exit from the government of once-powerful Home Minister Charan Singh and his aid and principal spokesman during his illness, Raj Narain, on the Prime Minister's demand, was not even contemplated a couple of weeks ago. But the pace of events was precipitated so much on the return of Morarji Desai from his foreign tour that it is as yet difficult to grasp the full implications what has been happening to the ruling party. The dramatic developments have been made all the more delectable by Charan Singh's claim that he had been ousted from the cabinet by a conspiracy in which multinational corporations "and Indian big business have had a hand.

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