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Congress panel on Rajasthan to start hearing grievances next week, Ajay Maken to visit state on Sunday

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 25 August 2020
Days after the Rajasthan crisis ended, a three-member central panel set up by the Congress to address issues of disgruntled MLAs including Sachin Pilot met here for the first time on Tuesday and decided to start from next week the process of redressing their concerns.
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