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SILCHAR, July 29 - In a bid to generate awareness and to acclimatise students with day-to-day workings of parliamentary democracy and political affairs of the country, Silchar MP Sushmita Dev took an initiative to bring a group of students from various tribal villages across Cachar district on an exposure tour to Parliament House in New Delhi.

During the tour, the students were taken to various places across the Indian capital and also the Parliament House.

Asked whether this was an initiative to build sampark with the people of her constituency, the Congress MP from Silchar told The Assam Tribune, �Around 11 students from various tribal villages across Cachar district were chosen for the Silchar to Sansad exposure tour of New Delhi for three days.

During the trip, the tribal students got a feel of the ongoing sessions of the Indian Parliament and also interacted with AICC president Rahul Gandhi. The initiative will definitely give the students from Cachar district better exposure about India�s political affairs.�

It may be mentioned here that Surya Kanta Sarkar, representative of the Silchar MP was the local guide of the students during the trip.

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Exposure trip to Parliament

SILCHAR, July 29 - In a bid to generate awareness and to acclimatise students with day-to-day workings of parliamentary democracy and political affairs of the country, Silchar MP Sushmita Dev took an initiative to bring a group of students from various tribal villages across Cachar district on an exposure tour to Parliament House in New Delhi.

During the tour, the students were taken to various places across the Indian capital and also the Parliament House.

Asked whether this was an initiative to build sampark with the people of her constituency, the Congress MP from Silchar told The Assam Tribune, �Around 11 students from various tribal villages across Cachar district were chosen for the Silchar to Sansad exposure tour of New Delhi for three days.

During the trip, the tribal students got a feel of the ongoing sessions of the Indian Parliament and also interacted with AICC president Rahul Gandhi. The initiative will definitely give the students from Cachar district better exposure about India�s political affairs.�

It may be mentioned here that Surya Kanta Sarkar, representative of the Silchar MP was the local guide of the students during the trip.