On allegations of policy paralysis during the UPA-II’s tenure, Moily said: “That policy paralysis was because of the negative attitude of some of our ministers.”
Congress protest witnessed a thin crowd, sparking a debate within the party if it was poorly organised.
Threatened to go ahead with a nation-wide ‘jail bharo andolan’ if the govt does not pay heed to the demands.
The detained leaders included ex-Mayors, large number of local leaders, sarpanches and farmers.
Naidu strongly defended the government on the ordinances on coal and land and said that the land ordinance is not anti-farmer.
Referring to the protest by activist Anna Hazare Azad said: “We are very happy that other social organisations, including Anna Hazare, have supported our viewpoint.
The Congress also made it clear it will oppose ordinances which ‘dilute’ the UPA’s policies and programmes.
The agitation will be supported by several farmers’ organisations and many social activists will participate.
In only scheduled election outing, calls on voters to defeat those who cause riots.
“Disppointed with the ordinance to amend land Act,” said Hazare.
Some sources said that Hazare may launch his first agitation against the Modi government in two to three months.
Central Committee is top decision-making body of the party between two sessions of the party congress.
Sources inform that party has been asked to plan padyatras in western, Bundelkhand and eastern regions of UP
The party has also asked its units to revive its mass contact organisations like Bharat Sevak Samaj and Bharat Yuvak Samaj.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has sent New Year wishes to some top leaders of his party.
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