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Former Union Minister Jitendra Singh as the new All India Congress Committee in-charge of Odisha

Bhubaneswar:30/3/18; Former Union Minister Jitendra Singh today replaced B K Hariprsad as the new All India Congress Committee (AICC) in-charge of Odisha by Congress President Rahul Gandhi.

The Congress President Rahul Gandhi has appointed Jitendra Singh, Ex-Union Minister as the AICC Incharge of Odisha in place of B K Hariprasad, an official release of AICC read.

The party appreciates the hard work and contribution of B K Hariprasad who will be stepping down from his responsibility as AICC General Secretary Incharge, Odisha, the release concluded.

Notably, AICC had appointed BK Hariprasad as Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee in-charge in June 2013 in place of Jagdish Tytler.

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