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Today s Congressiahs

Today's Congressiahs Romesh Thapar WHEN Rajiv Gandhi moved into his mother's office, he inherited a lumpen- ised, criminalised party and little else. All the computer antics during the parliamentary and assembly elections were not able to make much difference to the composition of this party and its election candidates. And only the other day, at the first A1CC meeting since the traumas of last year, the members mobbed their leader' in such fashion that he had to abandon his lunch and flee. No charisma was involved. Arun Singh, his political aide, had to flee too.

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