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Lok Sabha Speaker, VP of India & photographer SN Sinha to elect next PCI Chairman

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Lok Sabha Speaker, VP of India & photographer SN Sinha to elect next PCI Chairman

The Press Council of India (PCI) has been reconstituted by the government for a three year term, but the Chairman is yet to be announced.

In an earlier move according to the gazette notification, The Press Council of India has elected 28 members for the 12th term.  MPs nominated to the body are Meenakshi Lekhi, Rajiv Pratap Rudy, G Hari, Prabhat Jha and Satyabrat Chaturvedi.

In a latest development, a meeting was held in which photographer S N Sinha was selected as member of the panel committee that will elect the next Chairman of PCI.

The three member committee consists of Sumitra Mahajan, Lok Sabha Speaker, Mohammad Hamid Ansari , Vice President of India, and S N Sinha, Photographer.

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