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Sat, 18 Nov 2017

Northeast Today

AICC Appoints Minority Observer for 3 Poll Bound States

AICC Appoints Minority Observer for 3 Poll Bound States
May 15
12:52 2017

After losing three Northeastern states— Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Manipur, All India Congress Committee is now leaving no stone unturned to ensure victory in three poll bound states — Meghalaya, Nagaland and Mizoram, in this regard the party has recently has appointed minority observer for the three states.

As per the party insider, the minority wing of Congress will play a major role in ensuring victory in upcoming elections. The Minority Department of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) has appointed Congress ideologue from Assam, Rejaul Karim Laskar as the Observer of AICC Minority Department for Meghalaya, Nagaland, and Mizoram.

“Laskar has been appointed to coordinate the activities of the minority departments of these three states,” said party insider, adding, “He will suggest all the necessary steps to ensure that the minority department is geared up to work effectively with sincerity and dedication in the run up to the assembly elections in these three states next year.”

Laskar is former Spokesperson of Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) and former Secretary of AICC Vichar Vibhag. The Minority Department of All India Congress Committee deals with the Congress party’s approach towards minorities (Christians, Muslims, Sikhs, Buddhist, Jains and Parsis).

The department has asked the newly appointed Observer to visit the three states regularly till the assembly elections and work in cooperation with minority leaders and the state leadership of the Congress party in these states. “In particular you may make efforts to foster harmony and cooperation between the minority leaders and the state leadership of the Congress party in these states.”

It is to be mentioned here that, on April 27, Laskar had submitted a 148 page report to the AICC Minority Department suggesting steps for strengthening the Congress party in the Northeastern region. The report, among others, recommended greater representation of Christians from Northeast in the Minority wing of the Congress Party.

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