Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, speaking at the 100th anniversary of the Congress Party, attacked political corruption and said his own party is "losing touch" with the masses. During a 70-minute speech at a Bombay cricket stadium, Gandhi told a crowd of 100,000 party leaders and workers: "We talk of high principles and lofty ideas needed to build a strong and prosperous India. But we obey no discipline, no rule, follow no principle of public morality, display no sense of social awareness. . . . "