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Meghalaya: Activist, Author Phidalia Toi appointed as new Chairperson of MSCW

The state government has appointed Phidalia Toi as the chairperson of Meghalaya State Women’s Commission or MSCW. Also Read: Meghalaya: TMC entry will benefit UDP, says Rymbui Worth mentioning here

The state government has appointed Phidalia Toi as the chairperson of Meghalaya State Women’s Commission or MSCW.

Also Read: Meghalaya: TMC entry will benefit UDP, says Rymbui

Worth mentioning here filmmaker, social activist and author Phidalia Toi had contested on an NCP ticket from Jowai in 2003.

Also Read: Meghalaya: Govt issues fresh SOP for Christmas, urge Churches to comply

According to a Government notification, the new members of the commission include retired director, soil and water conservation, Semalotha Ch Sangma, Candida Kharsyntiew, and former lecturer Nongstoin College Felicita L Majaw, among others.

 

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First Published: 18th December, 2021 13:10 IST

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