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Kajol Sinha, new NBMM president of Delhi Regional Committee

Giving a succinct message to the whole Bishnupriya Manipuri community that in the struggle to materialize the longstanding demands of the community, the Bishnupriya Manipuri people living in the capital can’t be sidelined, the Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha (NBMM) in its central committee meeting, declared names of the persons for its student wing, Sanskriti Parishad, Sahitya Parishad, and for its Delhi division, here in Delhi on 11 May 2008.

The committee appointed Kajol Sinha as President, Dr Nirmalya Sinha, Shashi Kanta Sinha and Lakshi Kanta Sinha as Vice President, Chandra Mohan Sinha at the post of General Secretary, Paritosh Sinha and Brahmananda Sinha as Joint Secretary, in the newly reshuffled NBMM, Delhi Regional Committee. Henry Sinha and Manashi Sinha have been given the post of Assistant General Secretary, followed by Krishna Kanta Debabarma, Mohan Singh Chaudhury, Gautam Sinha, Rajkumar Rishikesh Sinha and Jhunu Sinha as members.

Further more Haridas Sinha, Kajol Sinha, Nirmalya Sinha and Biswajit Sinha are in the core committee. In NBMM’s Student Union, Nirmalendu Mukherjee is appointed as the President, Joy Sinha and Anupam Sinha, the Vice President, and Biswajit Sinha as General Secretary. Rajkumar Rishikesh Sinha and Rajib Sinha as Joint Secretary would assist him. Ashok Sinha and Biprojit Sinha bagged the post of Assistant General Secretary. The Central Committee has also decided that five more members would be included after the executive meeting.

In the newly formed NBMM’s Sanskriti Parishad, Dr. Nirmalya Sinha has been given the post of President and Rajkumar Harilal Sinha, Bimsena Sinha and Janmajay Sinha are appointed as Vice Presidents of the Parishad. Jishnu Sinha, Ranu Sinha, Amit Sinha and Henry Sinha are in the post of Joint Secretary. However, Nirmal Sinha, Arati Sinha, Binaya Sinha, Munmun Sinha, Sonica Rajkumari, Mrs. Nandita Mukherjee and Sravan Kumar Sinha have been included as members. The President and the General Secretary of the NBMM, Delhi Regional Committee would work as ex-officio members.

Language plays a pivotal role in the advancement of any community. Now, this responsibility has been enshrined in the capital to the newly erected NBMM’s Sahitya Parishad, Delhi. Shashi Kanta Sinha has been nominated as President, Jonmajay Sinha and Manshi Sinha as Vice President. Ashok Sinha would be holding the post of General Secretary, Henry Sinha, Nandita Mukherjee and Munmun Sinha would be working as Assistant General Secretary. Moreover, the Parishad would be having Bimal Sinha and Bimala Sinha as working members. Besides, the President and the General Secretary of the NBMM, Delhi Regional Committee will be working as official members of the Sahitya.

By Rishikesh Sinha

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