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Congress sets up 5-part board to plan remain on govt’s key mandates

New Delhi: To examine and plan the party’s remain on key statutes declared by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-drove Central Government, Congress has set up a 5-part board.

The individuals from the Committee will be Former Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram, Digvijaya Singh, Ramesh, Amar Singh, and Gaurav Gogoi Congress party news.

The board has previous money serve P Chidambaram, previous Madhya Pradesh boss pastor Digvijaya Singh and Jairam Ramesh, other than Amar Singh and Gaurav Gogoi as its individuals.

The Congress on Wednesday shaped a five-part advisory group to examine and define the party’s remain on key laws declared by the legislature. The panel has the previous account serve P Chidambaram, previous Madhya Pradesh boss clergyman Digvijaya Singh and Jairam Ramesh, other than Amar Singh and Gaurav Gogoi as its individuals. Ramesh will be the convenor Congress party news.

“Congress president has comprised a five-part board of trustees to talk about and detail Congress party’s’ remains on key mandates declared by the local government,” an announcement by AICC general secretary KC Venugopal said.

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