ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Cotton Policy Imperatives

due to be held shortly and the youth leaders in the Congress(I) are demanding a fair share of the election tickets. In this context, first the leaders would need to convince the party High Command of their ability to mobilise popular support. Faced with this task, the various young Congress(I) leaders could not be too selective about who they took with them to Nagpur, to demonstrate their popularity and their mobilising abilities in comparison to those of their faction rivals. Hence the 'enthusiastic' turn-out for the Nagpur meet. Hence too the abnormal behaviour of the 'delegates'.

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