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Congress: A Party which shaped India

Congress’ only fault was that it never took credit for all the good things it did, because its aim was never to get praises but only to see its country growing and blooming.

However, the other parties misused this humbleness of the Congress, and accredited themselves with such policies and programmes that were originally brought into place by the grand old party.

The one to top in this list is the BJP, which has always taken recognition for programmes, the foundation of which were being laid by the Congress.

Well, we think, it’s high time to bring to light that Congress which has always worked for its India, with the aim of bringing in only and only well-being for the country.

Congress is that rock which has laid the foundation of today’s India. It is this Congress which stood with the country during pre-independence era, took part in its freedom struggle, helped in achieving freedom and then built that free India, in which all of us now freely breathe and live.

It was Congress which brought in the 1947 Indian Independence Act, marking the country’s freedom from British rule and then set up the Constitution in 1950, declaring India a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic, assuring its citizens of justice, equality, and liberty, and endeavours to promote fraternity among them.

Congress has till date batted for equality. It’s intentions were crystal clear when it introduced the 1948 Minimum Wages Act, 1955 Protection of Civil Rights Act (untouchability made an offence to ensure social justice and equality), 1971 Abolition of Privy Purse (A step towards an egalitarian and just society), 1975 Twenty Point Programme (To eradicate poverty and improve the quality of life of the under privileged), 1976 Abolition of bonded labour (prevent economic and physical exploitation of the weaker section), 1980 Integrated Rural Development Programme (to enable identified rural poor families to cross poverty line), 1983 Rural Landless Employment Guarantee Programme (to provide guaranteed employment to at least one member of every landless household up to 100 days in a year). All this only to achieve an egalitarian society with no biasness.

The party has its objectives clear right from the beginning. Working for the welfare of the masses, the Congress formulated acts for every section of the society, be it women, children, backward classes or farmers.

With 1961 Dowry Prohibition Act to 2006-07 Prohibition of Child Marriage Act, from 1989 The Scheduled Castes and Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act to 2007 Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana, the Congress has always kept all the classes within its for elevating them to a level where they can live respectfully.

Some of the other acts in the same direction include, 1987 National Child Labour Policy (An action plan for tackling the problem of child labour), 1993 Mahila Samridhi Yojana (To provide economic security and financial inclusion of rural women), 1995 Mid-Day Meal Scheme (To improve nutritional levels among children and to enhance their enrolment and attendance in schools), 2005 National Rural Health Mission and many more.

Some of the revolutionary changes were also brought under the Congress rule, for instance, the 1967

Green Revolution which transcended India from a food deficient country to one of the leading agricultural nations.

Similarly, the first nuclear test was also conducted under the Congress regime in 1974, giving the tag of a nuclear power to India.

Indian economy aimed to reach new heights when Congress gave to it the 1991 Economic Liberalisation and another Look East Policy, enabling it to develop economic and strategic relations with the Eastern countries.

Some of the acts strengthening the rights of the citizens and giving them the power to question the government was also formulated by none other than the Congress.

We got the Right to Information Act in 2005, which helped in promoting transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority.

The 2009 Right to Education Act made education a fundamental right of every child between the age of 6 and 14.

How can we forget the Aadhaar, yes the same Aadhaar, the credit of which has been very conveniently snatched by the BJP.

Aadhaar was a Congress-born idea which was announced in 2009. It was the unique ID program (To give a unique ID based on demographic and bio-metric data and link it with welfare schemes), the same which has now been painted by the BJP as their initiative.

How can one forget the 2013 Nirbhaya Act. Post the brutal Nirbhaya Gangrape of December 2012, the responsible Congress understood the need for a stringent law, to punish those perpetrators committing such heinous crimes.

Well, this is just a short summary of all that the Congress has done for this country till date. The unfortunate part is, however, people believing this to be the work of those who have only spoken till now but have failed to deliver.

A Tribute to our former “weak” Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh on a day when LPG prices have been Hiked again digging a Hole in the pockets of the common man.

A Tribute to our former “weak” Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh on a day when LPG prices have been Hiked again digging a Hole in the pockets of the common man.

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he never let LPG prices go beyond Rs. 400 per cylinder unlike the Great Modijee who has once again hiked LPG prices

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he never let Petrol and Diesel prices skyrocket unlike Modijee who has ensured Petrol and Diesel Prices rise on a regular basis

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he never let loose the CBI on Times Now despite Arnob Gauswamy and Navika Kumar shouting through their teeth and nose

vehemntly criticizing all his policies Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he never let loose IT Dept. conduct raids on companies whose owners would sit on Television

debates and criticize him openly despite the Economy being on a growth trajectory but have gone unusually silent since Modi took over. How dare ne not let loose a few Corporates like Mallya flee the country during his tenure?

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he never sought to control or disband NGOs who obstructed his Infrastructure projects or were filing petitions in the courts to thwart his Development Model Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he did not let loose the Gau Rakshaks to go on a Killing spree attacking Muslims and Dalits as and when they deemed fit. How dare Dr. Manmohan Singh not create panic among the Majority community by chanting “Hindu Khatre Mein Hain”?

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he introduced the RTI Act and passed the Lokpal Act and brought in Transparency unlike Modijee who is attempting to diluting it
Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he forced several of his Ministers to resign based on mere allegations and ensured some were sent to Jail, unlike Modijee who did not force any of his Ministers to resign despite criminal conspiracy Charges framed against a few. How dare he not let Raja, Kalmadi and Kanimozhi elope to London?

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he created Employment for the poor and marginalized, by implementing the landmark MNREGA scheme unlike Modijee who through his Monumental Blunder called Demonetization ensured even those with Jobs lost it and were deemed unemployed?

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he ensured GDP soared to greater heights with the right policy frameworks unlike Modijee who has ensured GDP spirals out of control with poor Implementation of Demonetization and GST

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he took collective decisions encouraging his Ministries do their homework unlike Modijee who ensures all decisions are taken within the PMO

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he did not disconnect Internet Services as and when people protested nor did he charge people with sedition cases if they criticized his Government. He has to learn a lot from our “strong” PM Modijee

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he never filed Defamation Cases against people who called him objectionable names like “Maun Mohan Singh” unlike Jaitley who spends more time filing Defamation cases rather than manage his Responsibilities in the multiple Ministries he holds

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he did not change as many expensive suits, feather caps and shoes as our dear Modijee. Dr. Singh was always dressed in simple clothes which does not auger well for the Fastest growing Economy in the world. How dare Dr. Singh not go on as many Foreign Trips as our dear Modijee does with his Gujarati Dance Troupes and media friends?

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he steered the Economy to safety during the troubled Economic Recession of 2008 which singed the Economy of the whole world unlike our great Modijee who took a perfectly performing Economy and turned it into a Laboratory to satiate his Ego and arrogance.

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he never did Monnkey Baath every month but was more interested in the Mann ki Baath of his citizens. How Unfortunate.

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he never allowed hundreds of our soldiers to be martyred nor did he go and hug Nawaz Sharief, the leader of a Terrorist nation. Arnob Gauswamy and Navika Kumar might just say our “weak” Dr. Manmohan Singh did not do any “Out-of-the-Box” Thinking or Masterstroke or the much Hyped Fake “Surgical Strike”?

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he never let poor Children die out of want for Oxygen. He instead chose to provide Right to Food and Right to Education. What a Blunder Arnob Gauswamy might say?

Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he never attempted to Fudge Data, Copy-Paste NDA Policies, Fake Information or Bluff through his Teeth. He decided to commit the most sinful act of being Honest instead of making frivolous Legal arguments to defend his Failings like our expert Lawyer Jaitley Saab does. He also did not loiter around Twitter and Facebook all day long nor did he build a Troop of Unpad Bhakths who could spread Lies and abuse people who criticized him.

Last but not the least, Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister because during his tenure he did not build a coterie of Punjabi Bureaucrats around him to give him the wrong advices and chant Har Har SinghJeee every Day and Night

If this was not enough, Dr. Manmohan Singh was a weak Prime Minister even while in Opposition because he got his predictions right that Demonetization was a Monumental Blunder and Organized Loot and that it would bring down the GDP by 2%. How dare Dr. Singh speak the Truth in a New India where Hard Working Donkeys are preferred over Harvard Economists??

Disclaimer: Arnob Gauswamy people are not Fools. Everytime BJP blunders you cant fool people by digging into the past Files of Congress and allegedly attempting to protect BJP through your allegedly sinister designs of Defaming Congress. We have had enough of your Dirty Games that even we, the common citizens, have begun to see through it