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Changes in Madhya Pradesh Congress team: Many leaders got big responsibility, presidents of many districts were changed

Bhopal. The new team of Madhya Pradesh Congress has been announced. In which where many office bearers have been shown the way out, even the MLAs contesting elections have not been made office bearers. Apart from this, the presidents of many districts have also been changed. Both the presidents of Rewa district have been shown the way out. Apart from this, Madhya Pradesh Political Affairs Committee has also been announced, in which MP Nakul Nath]along with PCC Chief Kamal Nath, all prominent leaders have been included.

Manak Agarwal returns to the team

In the list released by KC Venugopal, General Secretary of the All India Congress Committee, 105 State General Secretaries and 50 Vice Presidents have been made. The list of appointment of all the district heads has also been issued. Sanjay Singh Masani, who contested the last election from Varasivani, has again been made the vice-president of the MP Congress. The decision could not be taken on the city and rural district heads of Bhopal. Rajeev Singh has been made the Vice President from General Secretary. Manak Agarwal is back in the PCC team. According to experts, Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge has formed the Political Affairs Committee of Madhya Pradesh Congress, both senior and Kamal Nath and Nakul Nath have been included in this committee. In the 21-member committee, apart from former CM Digvijay Singh, leader of the opposition, Dr. Govind Singh, Kantilal Bhuria, Suresh Pachauri, Arun Yadav, Ajay Singh, Rahul, Vivek Tankha, Rajmani Patel, Nakul Nath, Bala Bachchan, Jeetu Patwari, Surendra Chaudhary, Ramniwas Rawat, Narmada Prasad, Prajapati, Sajjan Singh Verma, Arif, Kamleshwar Patel, Mahendra Joshi. Rameshwar Neekhra and Shobha Ojha have been included.


These are the 105 general secretaries of Congress

Similarly, 105 general secretaries have been appointed, including Abdul Nasir, Abdul Rehman Farooqi, Ajay Raghuvanshi, Ajay Ojha, Amit Sharma, Anju Baghel, Anuradha Shenge, Anurag Garhwal, Ashok Dangi, Asif Zaki, Avnish Bhargava, Bhupendra Singh Muhasa, Brij Bhushan Shukla. , Chandrika Prasad Dwivedi, Chetan Yadav, Dashrath Gurjar, Deep Chand Yadav, Devdutt Soni, Devendra Tekam, Devendra Tomar, Dharmesh Ghai, Dinesh Yadav, Kamlapat Arya, Mahendra Singh Chauhan, Farzana Khan, Gambhir Singh, Govind Mujalde, Gulab Uike, Gurmeet Singh Mangu, Hemant Pal, Hirasan Uike, Jagdish Saini, Jai Shriram Baghel, Jai Singh Thakur, Jaiprakash Shastri, Jatin Uike, Jeevan Patel, Xavier Maida, Jitendra Singh, Kedar Soni, Kailash Kundal, Kailash Parmar, Kamal Verma, Kaushalya Gotia, Kiran Ahirwar, KK Yadav, Krishna Mohan Malviya, Kuldeep Bundela, Kundan Malviya, Manish Gupta, Manish Rai, Mahendra Singh Kurmi, Mahendra Gulwani, Mangesh Singhai, Mrinal Pant, Munawar Kaushar, Mukul Purohit, Narayan Prajapati, Naresh Saraf, Nav Krishna Patil , Nirmal Mehta, Nishank Jain, Pankaj Jain, Pawan Patel, Paras Saklecha, Prabhu Rathore, Prabhu Singh Thakur, Praveen Saxena , Pradarshan Gaur, Purushottam Dangi, Pushpa Bisen, Rajendra Mishra, Rajesh Bairwa, Rajesh Raghuvanshi, Rajendra Mishra, Ram Siya Bharti, Ramesh Chowdhary, Ram Lakhan Dandotia, Rashid Siddiqui, Ramu Tekam, Sammati Saini, Sanjay Singh Parihar, Sanjeev Saxena, Saraswati Singh, Saurav Sharma, grandson Savita Dewan Sharma, Sharda Khatik, Shashi Rajput, Shekhar Chaudhary, Shivprasad Pradhan, Sudhir Singh Tomar, Sunil Borse, Sunil Jain, Sunil Jaiswal, Tarachand Sahu, Ujjwal Singh Chauhan, Vasudev Sharma, Veer Singh Yadav, Vibha Bindu Dongre, Vijay Cole, Vikas Sharma, Vinay Bakliwal, Yasmin Sherani, Yusuf Cuddapah, Yogesh Sharma have been included.

These leaders included in the vice presidents

Similarly in the list Abhay Dubey, Ajay Chaurasia, Ajay Shah, Ajita Bajpai Pandey, Archana Jaiswal, Ashok Singh, Ashutosh Verma, Balendra Shukla, Batuk Shankar Joshi, Chandraprabhash Shekhar, Deepak Saxena, Gajendra Singh Raju Khedi, Ganga Tiwari, Govind Goyal, Hameed Kazikh JP Dhanopia, Khizar Mohammad Qureshi, Lal Chandra Gupta, Mahendra Joshi, Mahendra Singh Chauhan, Manak Aggarwal, Manik Singh, Mujeeb Qureshi, Nanhe Lal Dhurve, Narendra Nahata, Neha Singh, Noori Khan, Phool Singh Baraiya, Prakash Jain, Pratap Bhanu Sharma, Pratap Singh Lodhi, Rajkumar Patel, Rajaram Tripathi, Rajeev Singh, Ramprakash Yadav, Ram Garib Vanvasi, Rameshwar Neekhra, Ramsevak Gurjar, Sajid Ali, Sanjay Singh Masani, Sanjeev Mohan Gupta, Shobha Ojha, Subhash Sojatiya, Swapnil Kothari, Syed Sajid Ali, Tilak Singh Lodhi, Tarachand Patel, BK Batham, Ravindra Tiwari, Vishweshwar Bhagat have all been made vice-presidents.

District heads of many districts were changed

There were about 10 districts of Congress where there was no district president. Among these, the posts of District President in Morena Rural, City and Rural President in Sagar, Anuppur, Ratlam Rural, Khargone were vacant. On the other hand, in both the districts of Burhanpur and Khandwa of Nimar zone, the work was going on with the acting District President in the city and rural units. Subhash Gupta in Shahdol, Vikram Khamparia was working as acting district president in Katni city. Presidents have been announced in all these districts. Both the District Presidents of Rewa have been changed. In. Rajendra Sharma has been made District President Rural and Lakhanlal Khandelwal has been made District President City.

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