A Party to Take India Forward
The Indian congress Party is a foremost political organization in India, having a rich account and golden history composed by statesmen. It is the biggest and oldestindependent political party in the world. The party's contemporary andopen-minded platform is fundamentallyreflected as center-left in Indian political arena.
Instituted in 1885 by stalwarts Allan Octavian Hume, Dadabhai Naoroji, Dinshaw Wacha, Womesh Chandra Bonnerjee, Surendranath Banerjee, Monomohun Ghose, Mahadev Govind Ranade and William Wedderburn, the Indian National Congress paved the way for the Indian Independence Movement successfully, with the help of widespread participants and movement crusaders. The party reachedmore than 15 million members and over 70 million participants in its independence movement against British rule in India. After independence in 1947, the Indian National Congress became the nation's leading political party.
The olden times of the Indian National Congress are categorized in two separateperiods: The pre-independence era: This is said to be a very crucial period when the party was at the pole position of the movement for independence against British Rule in India and was aninfluential organization in the nation with objective-oriented path.
During the pre-independence period, the Indian National Congress was alienated in two collections: moderate and activist. The former one was more cultured and intellectuals, having deep faith in peaceful movement to take the nation to independence without violence.On the other hand,the activists converselysought to go on a revolutionary pathway and toturn it a rebelliousgroup.
The post-independence era: The post-independence period in the Congress party after 15th August 1947 was the most instrumental when the party relished a projectingposition in Indian politics, and composing the story of nation’s future.The party successfully ruled the nation for 48 years of more than 60 years since the independence in 1947.
Walia said, “Unless BSES is handled strictly and the present government holds regular meeting with them, there can’t be any solution to the power crisis in the city and when we were in power, all 70 MLAs used to have meetings to find solutions to the problems faced by the people.” Congress party had on Friday staged a protest outside the Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP) headquarters in New Delhi, to demonstrate against the power and water crisis. Congress‘ Arvinder Singh Lovely had also warned about not stopping the protest till the people of Delhi don’t get relief from power and water crisis.