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References External links Official site Category:1996 establishments in Denmark Category:Companies based in Odense Category:Danish companies established in 1996 Category:Danish brands Category:Munich Stock Exchange Category:Private equity portfolio companies Category:Technology companies established in 1996CHANDIGARH: Former (and Congress), Punjab , has demanded to reduce the age of retirement for defence services to 60 years from 62 years, claiming it will save the government a lot of money and reduce the burden on the armed forces. Seeking to know if Congress had prepared a blueprint for coming general elections, Manpreet Singh Badal said Congress had neither detailed any manifesto nor hired any research team to find out the public’s views on various issues that could form the basis of a manifesto. “Had Congress been aware of the people’s sentiments, it could have finalised the plan even before the Gujarat assembly polls,” Badal said at a programme organised at his house here on Friday evening. He questioned Congress’ approach of selectively making statements on issues without going through the public opinion. “When issues like farmers’ welfare are raised, they should have the backing of the people. Congress has been practising that approach by only repeating what it wants to,” Badal alleged. The former CM said that if Congress had had a proper blueprint of its election campaign, it would have benefited the party at the Centre as well. “In 2009, when polls were held in Goa, Maharashtra and Delhi, Congress had a strong mandate for governance. The Centre had made Goa a real model for development. But the party lacked a blueprint for the 2013 polls.” “Had a blueprint been prepared, it would have definitely been advantageous for the party in the Centre and Punjab.” A senior Congress leader, who did not wish to be named, said that the party had not prepared a blueprint as it did not have a clear idea of the outcome of the Gujarat polls. Badal said that the people of Punjab had given the 34 seats to Congress as he accused the party of betraying its commitment. “The Congress had won three out of the six assembly seats in in 2012. The party lost the rest to the ruling Akali-BJP combine.” “The Congress has hardly been able to retain ac619d1d87


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