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Mahasabha Election: Debendra Kr Sinha, Uday Sinha re-elected President, Secretary General posts

In its Platinum Jubilee of 43rd conference of Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha, held at Guldharpur, Dhadas Shreni Bidyalaya (Choudhurypara), Kailasahar, North Tripura on February 13, 14 and 15, Dr Debendra Kr Sinha as President and Uday Sinha as General Secretary have been declared elected. 

Election that took place for the formation of new executive committee of the Mahasabha, Sahitya Parishad & Sanskriti Parishad on the last day of the conference underwent under the guidance of Sri Padmasen Sinha from Bangladesh, who acted as returning officer, Sri Bhupendra Kumar Sinha the president of the Mahasabha, Assam State Committee, Sri Nilkanta Sinha, the president Mahasabha Tripura state committee. 

The names of the office-bearers in the newly formed Mahasabha are 

1. Dr Debendra Kr Sinha ,President.
2. Chandra Kanta Sinha, Working President.
3. Sundar Mukherjee. Working President.
4. Rebati Maohan Sinha……DO………
5. Padmasen Sinha…………Do……….
6. Hemkanti Sinha…………Do………..

Vice Presidents 

1. Rajendra Kr Sinha
2. Sandhya Banerjee
3. Motikanta Sinha
4. Pulin Behari Sinha
5. Krishnavallav Sinha
6. Mani Kr Sinha
7. Anil Sinha ( Gautam)
8. Haripada Sinha.( Tripura)
9. Haridas Sinha .( Tripura)
10. Paritosh Sinha ( Tripura)
11. Badal Sinha ( Japirbond)
12. Ramsena Sinha. Pune.


Secretary General - Uday Sinha

General Secretaries 

1.Dr Sushanta Sinha. Tripura. 
2. Prof Probat Sinha.
3. Dr Nirmalya Sinha, Delhi.
4. Krishnadas Sinha.

Secretaries 

1. Dhanamaoni Sinha. ( Tripura)
2. Shyamananda Sinha ( Tripura)
3. Mangal Sinha ( Tripura)
4. Henry Sinha Delhi.
5. Sushil Sinha (Bangladesh)
6. Rakesh Sinha, (Manipur)
7. Santilal Sinha, (Pratabgorh)
8. Bagindra Sinha, (Jatrapur)
9. Nirmal Kr Sinha (Meherpur)
10. Premananda Sinha (Hingala)
11. Samarjit Sinha (Guwahati)
12. Binoy Sinha (Gorerbond)
13. Ramani Sinha (Kalain)

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  1. Are there any women members? It would be good to have few women in the committee

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