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Reforms process not to be reversed: Cong

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New Delhi, July 7: The Congress today condemned an unjustified and uncalled for "vicious campaign launched by the BJP to dub Dr Manmohan Singh as a weak and ineffective Prime Minister."

"To be sensitive to the view points of the UPA constitutents is not a sign of weakness but a sign of strength,"Congress Spokesperson Jayanti Natrajan asserted.

She pointed out that it was not a one party government of the Congress but a coalition Govenment and therefore "coaltion dharma" must be observed taking into accounts the views of other coaltion constituents.

"As the Prime Minister of the Congress-led UPA coalition Government, Dr Manmohan Singh is" doing a magnificent job of reflecting the concerns of the most disadvantaged sections of the society and the aam admi", she told reporters here.

Ms Natrajan said the Congress-led UPA Government is committed to the goals of inclusive growth,welfare of the disadvantaged sections of the society and the reform agenda as per the National Common Minimum Programme. "We will move ahead on the declared path." The Congress Spokespeson asserted, "we will keep on the process of consultations.

There will be no change in our stand of reforms."The issue relating to disinvestment involving the coalition partners would be amicably sorted out,she added.

She recalled that the NDA Government,led by Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee was branded as a "roll back government" because of its several decisons withdrawn subsequently due to pulls and pressures of the coalition government.

UNI

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