Congress welcomes ending of fast by Hazare
New Delhi: Welcoming ending of fast by Anna
Hazare, Congress on Sunday said it is a "win-win situation" for
"It`s a historic occasion because it is a win-win
situation for Indian democracy and for all stakeholders,"
party spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi said.
On a question whether the government had to "bow down"
under pressure from civil society, Singhvi said there are
occasions in history when "we have to move away from binary
Singhvi said, "We should applaud the fact that all
participants rose to the occasion to engage in constructive
and concrete nitty-gritty of law making first before the
standing committee and then again before Parliament".
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