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Harish Rawat, Tarun Gogoi inducted in Congress Working Committee, Janardan Dwivedi dropped

The July 22 meeting will be of an 'extended working committee' as Gandhi has also invited all state unit presidents and Congress Legislative Party leaders from states.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 17, 2018 9:25:17 pm
The CWC, which acts as an advisory panel on all key decisions of the party, was not in place since the plenary session in March. (Express Photo Amit Mehra)

Rahul Gandhi Tuesday reconstituted the Congress Working Committee, the party’s highest decision-making body, with a blend of young and old leaders and will convene its first meeting on July 22. Former chief ministers Harish Rawat, Tarun Gogoi and Siddaramaiah were inducted into the CWC, however, Janardan Dwivedi was dropped.

The new Congress Working Committee (CWC) includes 23 members, 19 permanent invitees and 9 special invitees, highly-placed sources told PTI.

Independent in-charges appointed for various states will be among the permanent invitees to the working committee as ex-officio members, while the heads of five frontal organisations of the party – INTUC, Sewa Dal, Youth Congress, Mahila Congress and NSUI – will be part of the special invitees. This the first CWC formed by the Congress chief after assuming charge of the party.

The July 22 meeting will be of an ‘extended working committee’ as Gandhi has also invited all state unit presidents and Congress Legislative Party leaders from states. The committee was dissolved prior to the election of the Congress president and the earlier panel was transformed into a steering committee till the party’s plenary session that concluded in March.

The CWC, which acts as an advisory panel on all key decisions of the party, was not in place since the plenary session in March.

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