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House pays tributes to Rao, Dixit

By Our Staff Correspondent

BHOPAL, FEB. 8. The Madhya Pradesh Assembly was today adjourned for the day after the House paid tributes to the former Prime Minister, P.V. Narasimha Rao, the National Security Advisor, J.N. Dixit, as well as the tsunami victims and those who died in a stampede at the

Mandhardevi temple in Maharashtra.

At the outset today, the Assembly Speaker, Ishwardas Rohani made a mention of the former Prime Minister, P.V. Narasimha Rao, the National Security Advisor, J.N. Dixit, former MLAs, Devilal Rekwal and Mahendra Kumar Manav along with those who had perished in different calamities.

The State health Minister, Gauri Shankar Shejwar, leader of Opposition, Jamuna Devi, Samajwadi Party MLA, Sunilam, and the Communist Party of India MLA, Ramlakhan Sharma, were prominent among those who paid tributes to the departed souls. After the House paid tributes and members observed a two-minute silence, the Assembly proceedings were adjourned till tomorrow.

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