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Congress never pursued ideological politics, says BJP leader GVL    

January 10, 2020 | UNI

 

BJP on Thursday said that the principal opposition Congress party never pursued ideological politics and that name of the Indian National Congress should be 'changed to Indian National Commerce'.
"What they have done is only vyapar (business) and so the INC name should be changed to
Indian National Commerce," BJP spokesman and MP G V L Narasimha Rao said.
He was commenting on a remark made by senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh that the grand old party has often compromised on ideology and pursued 'electoral politics'.
Mr Rao insisted in this context that if any party has pursued 'ideological politics', it is the BJP.
"In the name of ideology, Digvijaya Singh had tried to impose anti-Hindu politics and that has been rejected by the people....And only after that Congress leadership has started talking about Shiv Bhakti and so on," Mr Rao said.
In his remarks, Mr Singh maintained that the Congress workers will have to start working on ground.
The remarks by Mr Singh also come about two months after the party leadership agreed to the suggestion mooted by NCP chief Sharad Pawar and gave its consent for a power sharing alliance with the ideologically opposite Shiv Sena in Maharashtra.
The Congress leader's statement is also seen as mild rebuke to some leaders who often try to push 'soft Hindutva' line for the country's grand old party.

 

 

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Congress never pursued ideological politics, says BJP leader GVL    

January 10, 2020 | UNI

 

BJP on Thursday said that the principal opposition Congress party never pursued ideological politics and that name of the Indian National Congress should be 'changed to Indian National Commerce'.
"What they have done is only vyapar (business) and so the INC name should be changed to
Indian National Commerce," BJP spokesman and MP G V L Narasimha Rao said.
He was commenting on a remark made by senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh that the grand old party has often compromised on ideology and pursued 'electoral politics'.
Mr Rao insisted in this context that if any party has pursued 'ideological politics', it is the BJP.
"In the name of ideology, Digvijaya Singh had tried to impose anti-Hindu politics and that has been rejected by the people....And only after that Congress leadership has started talking about Shiv Bhakti and so on," Mr Rao said.
In his remarks, Mr Singh maintained that the Congress workers will have to start working on ground.
The remarks by Mr Singh also come about two months after the party leadership agreed to the suggestion mooted by NCP chief Sharad Pawar and gave its consent for a power sharing alliance with the ideologically opposite Shiv Sena in Maharashtra.
The Congress leader's statement is also seen as mild rebuke to some leaders who often try to push 'soft Hindutva' line for the country's grand old party.

 

 


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