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The old resignation routine

Others | Jul 12, 1988

R. K. Hegde wins a small victory against the dissidents and pulls his favourite ‘resignation’ stunt again.

If 28 March had been the day of the dissidents in Karnataka, 3 July unexpectedly belonged to the loyalists. In March, the Janata rebels had nearly spiked the elections of the party candidates to the Rajya Sabha.

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