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Time for Congress to Introspect, Says Chavan

In the wake of Congress' crushing defeat in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Delhi assembly polls, Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan today said it is time for the party to introspect.

"Congress fought the elections on development issues, but people have rejected it. It is now time for the party to introspect," Chavan told reporters at his official residence here on the eve of the Winter Session of Maharashtra Legislature.

Replying to a query, Chavan said he was not aware of the internal political situations in each state.

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4/D-131
Dec 09, 2013
01:47 PM

Anwaar, "Is Prithviraj Chavan a communist?"

The sense of my comment is "Thank god you are giving such an advice to communist party. They take it literally".

K.Suresh, Bangalore
3/D-126
Dec 09, 2013
01:30 PM

Suresh,

>>>> "If development issues do not work, tear apart the opposition! "
>> Don't give such an advice to communist party. They take it literally.

Is Prithviraj Chavan a communist?

Anwaar, Dallas
2/D-97
Dec 09, 2013
11:53 AM

@Anwaar - "If development issues do not work, tear apart the opposition! "

Don't give such an advice to communist party. They take it literally.

K.Suresh, Bangalore
1/D-15
Dec 09, 2013
01:35 AM

If development issues do not work, tear apart the opposition! Show them up for the retrogressive forces that they are!

Anwaar, Dallas
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