“The Indian National Congress has always represented a secular, democratic, just, and inclusive India – an India that is empowering the disadvantaged and the discriminated; an India that is blending tradition with modernity; an India that is anchored in unity amidst its much diversity.”
Congress President’s Foundation Day Address on 125th Anniversary
What Does the Core Ideology Stands For?
Core ideology generally stands for the principles, vision, and ethics of an organization. And the Indian National Congress party has always been stick to its core values and ideology since its inception as a visionary political party in India. The ideology works as a communiqué to the stakeholders – from top leadership to party workers – about what the party shall at all timesown; the disciplined guidelines from which to go on.
The transparency about the core values, which the Indian National Congress party owns, has always been a functional tool to turn it convenient in bringing betterment to the issues like:
- Preparing a comprehensive policy roadmap
- Encouraging party workers and bringing leaders to the fore
- Maintaining democratic environment within the party
- Solving Catch-22 situations and clashes
- And, developing better environment to provide leaders with a democratic platform to nurture ability to make decision.
Core objective of the Indian National Congress:
The core objective of the Indian National Congress is motivated with the will to bring betterment and advancement to the people of India and to establish a peaceful, socialist, and secular state, founded on the parliamentary democratic system wherein equality of opportunity, political, social and economic rights prevail.
Nurtured by the true socialism shown by great souls Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shashtri, and great visionaries, the Indian National Congress has always worked to uplift the social and economic situations in India.
“What is the Congress? It is not some select band of people but an organized strength of the masses. It’s not something apart from the people. It belongs to all of you….”
Pandit Nehru at an election meeting in Nagpur on 21 Feb, 1957