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PMO files: Sonia Gandhi ruled country through NAC during UPA rule?

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Source: postcard.news

Government will soon publicize 710 files of the National Advisory Council (NAC) that provide thorough details of how NAC, created by Congress President Sonia Gandhi, influenced the UPA administration between 2004 and 2014. The files show how Gandhi ruled the country from the backdoors while Manmohan Singh remained a ‘dummy Prime Minister.’

The files show Singh was following the ‘suggestions’ from the Congress high-command. Notably, NAC’s function is to provide inputs for policy making and support to the government regarding the legislative business. However, the files’ shows that the UPA administration had no option but to implement recommendations by NAC.

“It was agreed that while implementation of the various recommendations of the commission would be the direct responsibility of the government agencies and other institutions, it would still be imperative to monitor and evaluate this process, closely, independently and credibly,” an excerpt of the NAC published in The New Indian Express about a meeting held on October 29, 2005 states.

It shows that Sonia Gandhi did not trust the leadership of Manmohan Singh. Thus, NAC was taking up several agendas and was sending recommendations to the government.

“The recommendations on ‘Development of sports in the NE’ have already been communicated to the government by the chairperson vide letters dated 21st February 2014. The recommendations on ‘Development of cooperatives in India’ are also being sent to the government with the approval of chairperson,” reads a note in the file.

Apart from that a letter written by NAC Chairperson Sonia Gandhi to the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on September 16, 2004, shows that she had been informed about the plan of the government to reconstitute the Disinvestment Commission and creation of a new board. The letter was found in one of the files related to the Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises contains.


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