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By Javed M Ansari
NEW DELHI MAY 25. The Mahila Congress and the National Students Union of India (NSUI), functioning without heads for the last couple of months, will soon get their leaders, as the process of finalising names is on.
Chandresh Kumari, who was the Mahila Congress president, is now a Minister in the Himachal Pradesh Government. In the case of the NSUI, its president, Menakshi Natrajan, has been made the Madhya Pradesh Youth Congress chief.
The Congress leadership maintains that it is in the process of short-listing the names for the replacements and an announcement will be made shortly. Among those being considered for the Mahila Congress presidentship are the Lok Sabha member, Renuka Chaudhary, the Rajya Sabha member, Prabha Thakur and Reeta Joshi.
Similarly, the names for the presidentship of the NSUI are, Manik Tagore, Ashok Tanwar and Sunil Alivre.
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