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Mahasabha gave nod to create national Fund

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Bishnupriya Manipuri people residing all over India can now contribute to the Mahasabha Fund. The decision to extend the geographical reach of the fund by Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha (NBMM) was taken in a meeting held in Silchar, Assam, on May 25, 2009.

Earlier contribution to Mahasabha Fund was limited to Assam, Tripura, Meghalaya and other north-eastern states where Bishnupriya Manipuri are residing. With the passing of the resolution it would facilitate Bishnupriya Manipuri people living in other States of India to contribute to the Fund of the decade-old socio-cultural body.

A 25-member Committee under the Presidentship of Dr Debendra Kumar Sinha (Silchar) has been formed to chalk out the procedures and means to strengthen the Fund.

Most members of this committee had stressed the enrolment drive of Annual/ Life membership should be carried out with renewed vigor. The Annual and Life membership fees were fixed at Rs.10 and Rs.1000/- respectively. All members present felt a strong need to make the NBMM stronger for which the organs of the Mahasabha like Student Union, Women’s Organization, Ex. Servicemen’s Forum, Andolan Parishad, Reformation Cell need be strengthened.

Other members who are on the Committee are:

1. Rebati Mohan Sinha, Deputy Chairman,(Mumbai)
2. Ramisena Sinha (Pune) Member
3. C.K.Sinha, Member,(Silchar)
4. Dr Nirmalya Sinha (New Delhi) Member
5. Nilkanta Sinha, (Tripura)
6. Jyotiprakash Sinha
7. Uday Sinha(Silchar)
8. Prabhat Sinha.(Silchar)
9. Sabyasachi Sinha
10. Kulendra Sinha
11. Dalim Sinha
12. Brojomohan Sinha, Agartala
13. Dr Lakhikanta Sinha, (Agartala
14. Dr Indrajit Sinha, (Agartala)
15. Sarajit Sinha, (Agartala)
16. Krishnadas Sinha (Dilip) (Kailasahar)
17. Rana Sinha, (Kanchanbari)
18. Madan Sinha, (Kamalpur)
19. Subhash Sinha, (Kamalpur)
20. Babaidhani Sinha,( Ahur)
21. Sri Anil Sinha ( Gautam) (Diphu)
22. Debasish Sinha, (Singla)
23. Lalit Sinha. (Singla)
24. Satyen Sinha, Convener, (Guwahati)


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