Meghalaya: Congress Appoints PCC President and Working President

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  • Mr. Rahul Gandhi appointed Dr. Celestine Lyngdoh as the President of Pradesh Congress Committee and Vincent H. Pala as the working resident for the PCC
  • Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday removed former Chief Minister D.D. Lapang as state unit president and replaced him with Celestine Lyngdoh

As per the official reports, the Congress President Rahul Gandhi appointed the President for Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC). In the series of events, Mr. Gandhi appointed one working president for the Meghalaya Pradesh Congress. He also approved the names of the members that are going to be the part Pradesh Election Committee.

Mr. Rahul Gandhi appointed Dr. Celestine Lyngdoh as the President of Pradesh Congress Committee and Vincent H. Pala as the working resident for the PCC.

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Congress Party is gearing up for the upcoming Meghalaya Elections, and the Congress President is seeking no mistakes for the party to make. In the row, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday removed former Chief Minister D.D. Lapang as state unit president and replaced him with Celestine Lyngdoh. Lyngdoh is a cabinet Minister in Chief Minister Mukul Sangma’s cabinet. Vincent H. Pala, who has been appointed the PCC working president, is a Lok Sabha MP from Shillong. Mr. Rahul Gandhi appointed D. D. Lapang, the former chief minister of Meghalaya and the outgoing president, as the advisor for the Pradesh Congress Committee.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi also approved the names of the politicians that are going to be the members of Pradesh Election Committee of Congress. CM Mukul Sangma, Dr. Celestine Lyngdoh (President), Vincent H.Pala, James S. Lyngdoh, D.D. Lapang, Debora C. Marak, M.M. Danggo, R C Laloo, Kennedy C. Khyriem, Cherak W. Momin, Charles Pyngrope, R.V. Lyngdoh and Joplin Scott Shylla have been chosen as the members of Pradesh Election Committee.

                       Also Read: Meghalaya Elections 2018: CM Mukul Sangma’s Litmus Test!

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