Ekramuddin Khan named V-P of NCP’s minority cell

ST CORRESPONDENT
Sunday, 13 January 2019

Khan has previously been the vice president of the party’s minority department. His work was appreciated in Karnataka, Kerala and Gujarat.

PUNE: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has appointed Ekramuddin Khan as vice president of minorities cell in Pune city. 

Khan has been selected as the national vice president of Nationalist Congress Party’s minorities department. NCP president Sharad Pawar announced this in Delhi.

Shabir Ahmad Vidrohi, the national chairman of the minority department, and Adv Majid Memon were also present on the occasion.

Khan has previously been the vice president of the party’s minority department in 2016-17 and 2017-18. He was instrumental in better co-ordination between Muslim voters and candidates during elections. He has strengthened party power in the Hadapsar constituency. His work was also appreciated in Karnataka, Kerala and Gujarat.

Khan is currently president of the Maharashtra Hockey Federation. He has good public relations in the minority community. He is also known for his good organisational skills besides numerous social work.

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