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History of Bishnupriya Manipuri Community’s Legal

Struggle for Long 12 Years





This book contains the following salient features:-

The Editor’s Note contains briefly about the Bishnupriya Manipuris, the formation of the NIKHIL BISHNUPRIUA MANIPURI MAHASABHA, the Socio-Cultural apex body of the Bishnupriya Manipuri community, who fought the legal Battle from the beginning to the end, their struggle for introducing the Bishnupriya Manipuri language in the primary stage of education, their efforts for conducting the case before the Hon’ble Courts.

The book contains the following Judgments of the Hon’ble Courts:


i) The judgment of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.
ii) The Gauhati High Court.
iii) The Assam Backward Classes Commission.

INDEX OF THE BOOK


1) Full Judgment & Order of the Hon’ble Supreme Court.
2) Interim Order of the Hon’ble Supreme Court dated 25-08-2000 & Cause List.
3) Paper book submitted by the Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha:


i) Copies of affidavits dt 12-01-06.
ii) Copy of the relevant extract of the Valley of Manipur by M.Mc.Cullock.
iii) Copy of the relevant extract of the Descriptive Ethnology of Bengal by E.T.Delton, C.S.I.
iv) Copy of the relevant extract of Gazetteer of Manipur.
v) Copy of the relevant extract of the Linguistic survey of India Vol-V Indo-Aryan Family, Eastern Group, part-I by Sir G.A Grierson.
vi) Copy of the relevant extract of An Anthropo Logical Survey of India on the Peoples of India, Tripura Vol-XLI.
vii) (a) Copy of the relevant extract of Twentieth Report of the Commissioner for Linguistic Minorities in India for the period from July 1978 to June 1980.

(b) Copy of the relevant extract of Twenty Third Report of Commissioner for Linguistic Minorities

viii) Copy of the relevant extract of Tripura Gazette & Assam Gazette.
ix) Copy of the relevant extract of History of Assam By E.A Gait.
x) Copy of the relevant extract of Religious Developments in Manipur in the 18th and 19th Centuries by Dr M.Kiriti Singh.
xi) Copy of the relevant extract of the Advance History of India by three Doctorates.
xii) Copy of the relevant extract of A Short History of Manipur by R.K.Jhalajit Singh.
xiii) Copy of the relevant extract of Background of Assamese Culture, R.M.Nath.
xiv) Copy of the relevant extract of Statistical Account of Manipur By R.Brown.
4. Counter Affidavit filed on behalf of Union of India
5. Counter Affidavit filed on behalf of the “Commissioner For Other Backward Classes, Tripura”.
6. Copy of the Special Leave Petition filed by State of Manipur.
7. Copy of Appeal Petition filed by the State of Manipur.
8. Synopsis/Notes for counter prepared in respect of the paper book Submitted by the Govt of Manipur mentioned below as prepared by Shri C.K.Sinha, and Shri Biswadeb Sinha, Advocate for and on behalf of the Mahasabha.


9. INDEX OF PAPERBOOK SUBMITTED BY GOVT OF MANIPUR


i) Copy of the extract from the Encyclopedia of Indian Literature.
ii) Copy of the extract from Students britanica, India.
iii) Copy of the extract from the History of Manipur Literature.
iv) Copy of the extract from the Language and Literature of Modern India.
v) Copy of the extract from the statistical Account of Manipur.
vi) Copy of the extract from the Book “ The Meitheis”
vii) Copy of the extract from the Eastern Frontier of India.
viii) Copy of the extract from the book “ A Grammar of Meithei”.
ix) Copy of the extract from the book “ Manipur Language Status”.
x) Copy of the extract from the book “ Unfolding Truth”.
xi) Copy of the extract from the book “ A Clarification on the Bishnupriyas”.
xii) Copy of the extract from the book “ Bishnupriya Manace”.
xiii) Copy of the extract from the book “ Court Chronicles of Manipur”.
xiv) Copy of the extract from the book “ Linguistic Survey of India”.

10. Hon’ble Gauhati’s High Courts’s Orders and judgment dt 26-05-99 & 9-4-99.


i) Affidavit filed by the Linguistic Commissioner of India.
ii) Written Organization Submitted by Shri Bhim Sen Sinngha, Advocate appearing for and on behalf of Mahasabha.
iii) Affidavit in Opposition filed by Shri Shanti Kr.Sinha for and on behalf of Samaj Santha, Guwahati.
11. The Assam Backward Classes Commission’s judgment and Order dtd 29-09-95.


12. Appendix.


i) Documents
ii) Audit report and reply.
iii) List of Donors.

Price of the book: Rs. 300/- only


The book can be obtained through V.P.P by sending advance of Rs 200/- only by M.O or Bank Draft to be issued in the name of SRI CHANDRA KANTA SINHA, Satsang Ashram Road, Silchar, Assam-788007. Mobile:-09435072261


Money can also sent through Core Banking A/C No. 0472010124184, UBI, Tarapur, Silchar through UBI, SBI, Indian Bank, ICICI Bank, IDBI Bank, Dena Bank, Indian Overseas Bank.


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  1. Dear Rishi,
    Well done!keep it up for highlighting the contents of the book.People will understand the legal struggle the sosiety had faced during last 12 years.

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