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BMNS, Delhi General Body Meeting

The General Body Meeting of the Bisnupriya Manipuri Nagarik Samiti (BMNS) is going to be held at

Venue : K 1/62, C R Park, New Delhi
Date : Sunday, 19th June 2011
Time : 4PM sharp.

Agenda of the meeting:

1.Presentation of consolidated report of last 3 yrs of BMNS functions and accounts by G secy.
2.Feedback from people.
3.Dissolving old committee and formation of a new.
4.Voting for new prime office bearers.

Followed by refreshments.

All Bishnupriya Manipuri people residing in Delhi/NCR are invited to attend the meeting and participate in the election.

For more information contact:

B N Sinha : 9810131539
Sashikanta Sinha: 9911921562

Comments

  1. One of our beloved brother Late Bana Singha  of  Bhakatpur made a joke but it is fact that  we eat HIDAL, he gave the meaning as HI stands for Hingsha Ninda & Dal stands forr Daladali.  To survive with name and fame we should give up these type of Daladali and come forward in a single platform.  We are part  of  NBMM, we are part Development Council, this two prominent  body needs to be  united.  A simple example, only if we would have our base strong,  there were many talented people in the community who made commendable achievement in their life at National Level would have been awarde with  National Award,   only  because  of our unity & strength they have been deprived. Late Dr. Kali Prasad Sinha, referring whose publication Honourable Supreme Court has given the verdict in our favour has never been recognised by our Supreme Body.  It is the influence of HIDAL.  Unity is strength, so get united, my humble submission to all educated Senor Members of  the Society as well  as young IT generation people to make efforts in getting united, instead making comment.

    With warm regards,\

    Citizen

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