With UPA government completing one year in office in its second term, Congress today described it as a year of achievements, during which several promises listed out in its election manifesto were fulfilled.
"It has been a year of achievements and fulfilment, a year of satisfaction but also the year of realising that there are many miles to go. It is an ongoing journey," party spokesman Abhishek Singhvi told reporters in New Delhi.
Singhvi referred to the Unique Identification project, rural job guarantee scheme NREGA, the National Food Security Act, health security for all citizens, bank credit to small farmers at low rate of interest, women's reservation Bill and said while some of them have been fulfilled, the remaining would be looked into soon.
"These are the issues which we believe are game changers for society. We always considered them vital issues," he said.