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Highlight the legacy of Janata Government which came into power after the end of Emergency 1975-77.
Legacy of Janata Government is as given under:
a) There was no direction and leadership in their government.
b) They were not making any effective changes in the policies.
c) Congress accommodated itself as an ideological government working for backward classes and poor.
d) There was no such steps taken by the government for such classes.
e) The public lost all the confidence in Janata government and made Congress win one more time.
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