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New faces at the Delhi-NCR Bishnupriya Manipuri Nagarik Samity

After intense deliberations and discussions among the representatives attending the meeting, held at Manglapuri, New Delhi on August 16, 2008, the Delhi-NCR Bishnupriya Manipuri Nagarik Samity was formed. The new Samity will now be headed by Dr. Nirmalya Sinha at the post of President, Mr. Shashikant Sinha as General Secretary, Mr. C.M Sinha as Vice President, Mr. Jishnu Sinha as Secretary, Mr. Nirmalendu Mukherjee as Joint Secretary, and in the post of Tresurer, Mr. Rajkumar Harilal Sinha.

The highly charged meeting saw 50-odd representatives from all across Delhi and NCR lobbying for the selection of their favourite candidates, and with occasional debate, at last finalising the names.

The meeting started with Dr. Nirmalya Sinha welcoming the gathering, followed by a request to all representatives to file their favourite candidates after the adjournment of the meeting for few minutes.

When the representatives met again, Mr. BN Sinha along with Mr. BK Sinha, echoed the aspirations of the Bishnupriya Manipuri people residing in Delhi and NCR. BN Sinha said whoever is selected to the important post of the Samity must meet the hopes and aspirations of the Bishnupriya Manipuri people residing in the capital of India. He must be knowledgeable, capable enough to become the face of the community at the citadel of power, the New Delhi; it is matter of prestige for the whole Bishnupriya Manipuri community, he said. All participants attending the meeting nodded in the support of him.

However, BN Sinha's speech was interrupted when one member raised objection on the use of the English language in the meeting. With this, decision was taken to carry out the meeting in Bengali or Hindi or in Bishnupriya Manipuri languages.

For the marathon race for the prestigious post of President, from the two names came up, Dr. Nirmalya Sinha and Mr. CM Sinha, majority of people supported Dr. Nirmalya Sinha to hold the post of Presidentship.

For the post of Vice President, from the three names: Mr Shashikant Sinha, Mr. Rajkumar Harilal Sinha and Mr. CM Sinha. Mr CM Sinha was given the post.

While for the post of General Secretay, participants unanimously supported Mr. Shashikant Sinha. The decision got marred when Mr. Nirmalendu Mukherjee suggested Mr. CM Sinha to be given the post of General Secretary.

In the post of Tresurer, Mr. Rajkumar Harilal Sinha's names appearing in the two lists, gave him clean chit to hold the post, against Mr. Janmajay Sinha who got nomination only in one list.

The new Samity has decided to meet again on next Sunday at CR Park.

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Comments

  1. he he typical bm gathering. weren't some folks snubbed?

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  2. The next meeting is on 24th of August, 4 pm , CR Park at Mr. Shashikant Sinha's residence

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  3. My heartiest congratulation to the
    newly elected members,especially Dr.Nirmalya Sinha,Mr.Shashikanta Sinha,Mr.C.M.Sinha and Mr. RK Hiralal Sinha.I also thank those who attended the meeting to form the Samity.

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  4. My heartiest congratulation to the
    newly elected members,especially Dr.Nirmalya Sinha,Mr.Shashikanta Sinha,Mr.C.M.Sinha and Mr. RK Hiralal Sinha.I also thank those who attended the meeting to form the Samity.

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  5. I am very surprise to know that All of you can speak and understand Bengali…great so great gathering hmm… Nice

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  6. Kusumji,
    Can I put my d...nose to clear ur doubt? The reasons: as far as I know, there were only two BM families came and stayed near to a Bengali populated area like Chittaranjan Park about sixty years back.Also the BM of Barak Valley nd Tripura learn to talk nd write from their childhood.The Delhities(BM) are from those places
    Just to say,in erstwhile Bombay, there was only one BM family settled in Gujrati populated area nd speak Gujrati.

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