Briefly Business: PMO appoints Kamal Nath as new ex-officio member of the Plan panel
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PMO appoints Kamal Nath as new ex-officio member of the Plan panel
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's office has re-constituted the Planning Commission by appointing parliamentary affairs and urban development minister Kamal Nath as the new ex-officio member of the Plan panel in place of rural development minister Jairam Ramesh. "Yes. There is a reconstitution of the Planning Commission. That was done by the Prime Minister's Office", the Commission's deputy chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia said in reply to a query whether Ramesh has been replaced by Nath as the new ex-officio member of the planning body.
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