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Reign of Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Students Union now in hands of real students

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In a significant development, Bishnupriya Manipuri Student Union formed its Silchar branch comprising community students from Barak valley. With this new development, the reign of the Union has eventually come in the hands of the youths.


The decision was taken unanimously in a meeting held on October 11, 2009, in Silchar. Bishnupriya Manipuri students from different educational institutions attended the meeting. Students were from Guru Charan College, Cachar College, Radhamadhav College, Silchar College, Hemangini JR College, Adharchand H.S.School, and Desho Bhakta Tarunram Phukan H.S.School.

The new body has Biplab Sinha as its President; Mridul Sinha, Rita Rajkumari and Joy Prokash Sinha as Vice Presidents. The portfolios of General Secretary and Joint Secretary   have been given to Sudipta Rajkumari and Pratik Sinha respectively.

Giving a brief speech in the meeting, the new President Biplab Sinha said that for the greater interest of the society all the students should get united and work together to uphold the glorious history of the student Union.

Sudipto Rajkumar, General Secretary, in his speech emphasized to create a congenial and harmonious Bishnupriya Manipuri society. Uday Sinha, Secretary General, NBMM, graced the occasion as Chief Guest. The meeting was presided over by Swapan Sinha, Ex-Advisor NBMSU.

The names of the members of the Executive Committee are:


President-Biplab Sinha
Vice President- Mridul Sinha, Joy Prokash Sinha, Rita Rajkumari.
General Secretary-Sudipta Rajkumari
Joint Secretary-Pratik Sinha
Asstt Secretaries- Miss Minakshi Rajkumari, Rajashri Sinha (Raj), Sanju Sinha
Executive members- Sashanka Rajkumar, Swadesh Sinha, Abhinas Sinha,
Miss Niti Sinha, Ranbir Sinha, Miss Namrata Sinha,
Miss Sumli Sinha, Pravakar Rajkumar, Sanjib Sinha.


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  1. Is there any other branch existing other than Silchar branch of B.M student Union?
    Is it affiliated to Assam State committee of Mahasabha? Will it be working under which body?
    Recently there were some members of so called NBMSU visited New Delhi and met Ministers and did every thing for the B.M community,
    they claimed.How can this body,the BMSU,Sichar branch be distinguished from that?

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  2. to the community,
    can any one tell what are the motive behind creating the new students union committee.
    i hope the leaders will answer.
    now this is the quick media so the leaders should know how to execute their views.

    bipul sarma
    tezu

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