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Delhi confidential: Strategy Meet

🔴 TMC’s parliamentary party is likely to meet in Parliament on Tuesday to chalk out the strategy for the remaining part of the Winter Session of the House.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi |
Updated: January 4, 2022 2:16:08 pm
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TRINAMOOL CONGRESS’S parliamentary party is likely to meet in Parliament on Tuesday to chalk out the strategy for the remaining part of the Winter Session of the House. TMC national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee, who represents Diamond Harbour constituency in Lok Sabha, is likely to fly down to Delhi for the meeting. The TMC’s moves are being closely watched at a time its ties with the Congress have grown increasingly strained, raising question marks over Opposition unity.

The Challenge

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The Journey

RAJIV RANJAN Mishra, Director-General, National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG), is set to bid adieu to Namami Gange after a happening tenure of more than five years. A 1987-batch Telangana cadre IAS officer, Mishra served at the NMCG in various capacities during his two stints. Before his superannuation on December 31, Mishra is expected to come out with a book on the Ganga. It is learnt that the book captures the journey of the government’s Namami Gange programme and the efforts made by previous governments to clean the river. G Ashok Kumar, a 1991-batch IAS officer from the Telangana cadre will succeed Mishra as NMCG D-G.

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