12 Facts About Indian National Congress

1. New Delhi: The Indian National Congress has released its first list of Sachin Pilot and Ashok Gehlot Former National Commission for Women chief Girija Vyas will contest from Udaipur, while senior party.

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2. The Indian National Congress released its third list of candidates for the Rajasthan Assembly election, declaring 10 new names and replacing three previously-declared nominees.

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3. The Indian National Congress Working Committee swallowed the from his core principles—Hindu-Muslim unity as the bedrock of Indian nationalism.

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4. The Indian National Congress should reject such statements at least in the name of national security and upholding the Indian Constitution.

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5. Madhya Pradesh Assembly Polls 2018: Indian National Congress promises jobs, farm loan waiver and gaushalas.

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6. As of October 2018, Indian National Congress is in power in the states of Mizoram and Punjab where the party has majority support.

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7. In 2005, the Indian National Congress-led government started the National Rural Health Mission, which employed about 500,000 community health workers.

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8. History of economic policy of Indian National Congress-led governments can be divided into two periods.

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9. In 2004, when the Indian National Congress-led United Progressive Alliance came to power, its chairperson Sonia Gandhi unexpectedly relinquished the premiership to Manmohan Singh.

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10. The Indian National Congress-led United Progressive Alliance won 222 seats in the new parliament, defeating the NDA by a substantial margin.

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11. In response, Indian National Congress helped form the INA Defence Committee, which assembled a legal team to defend the case of the soldiers of the Azad Hind government.

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12. In the 2014 general election, Indian National Congress had its poorest post-independence general election performance, winning only 44 seats of the 543-member Lok Sabha.

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