PM, Sonia to attend AICC`s law convention
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress President Sonia Gandhi will be the key participants in the national convention on "Law Justice and the Common Man"
organised by the Legal and Human Rights Department of the AICC here on Saturday.
Apart from Singh and Gandhi, Finance Minister Pranab
Mukherjee, Home Minister P Chidambaram, Law Minister M
Veerappa Moily, Power Minister Shushil Kumar Shinde, Health
Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and Rural Development Minister C P
Joshi will also attend the day-long convention which will be
spread over five sessions.
The other prominent participants include Haryana Chief
Minister B S Hooda, Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi, Delhi
chief minister Sheila Dikshit, Urban Development Minister S
Jaipal Reddy, Social Justice Minister Mukul Wasnik and several
ministers of state.
While Gandhi will deliver the presidential address in the
first session on `Law Justice and the Common Man`, Singh will
deliver the inaugural address.
Chidambaram would address the session on `Human rights,
the common man and contemporary exigencies` while Mukherjee
will speak in the valedictory session.
AICC General Secretary Rahul Gandhi is also expected in
the last session even though the organisers did not confirm
or deny it.
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