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Mahasabha Central General Assembly reiterates fulfillment of its longstanding demands from Gov

The Central General Assembly of the Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha held at Khonu Sri Mondop, Japirbond, Hailakandi district of Assam on 22nd and 23rd November 2008 reiterated its fulfillment of the longstanding demands from the Government of Assam, Tripura and the Government of India.

The two-day long meeting started with the unfurling of the golden colour flag of the Mahasabha by the President of the Mahasabha Dr D.K.Sinha. After the hoisting of the flag, chanting of the Joyo Joyo Mahasabha took place. The assembled delegates offered flowers to the Sahid Vedi in honour of martyrs who have sacrificed there life during the great language movement.

The President of the Mahasabha Dr D.K.Sinha, the President of the Sanskriti Parishad, Sri Jogendra Kumar Sinha, the working Presidents Sri Sundar Makherjee, Sri Gopinath Sinha, Sri Chandra Kanta Sinha, Sri Rebati Mohan Sinha working president incharge Western and Eastern India, were all present in the grand occasion.

Sri Subash Sarma President Radhamadhav Committee, the Secretary Gereral Sri Uday Sinha, Sri Rajendra kumar Sinha, Dr Sushanta Sinha, General Secretary, Sri Paritosh Sinha, Vice President Tripura, President Tripura Mahasabha, Sri Nilkanta Sinha, President Sahitya Parishad A.S.C Sri Sushil Sinha and others were duly honoured by the Reception Committee.

After the welcome speech delivered by Sri Subash Sinha, President Reception Committee and Badal Sinha, Secretary, a welcoming song was presented by two Bishnupriya Manipuri girls.

The Secretary General Sri Uday Sinha in his speech laid the prime objective of holding the Central General Assembly and highlighted three years activity reports of the Mahasabha since 42nd General Conference held at Patherkandi in the year 2005.

Similarly secretarial report was also presented by Sri Padma Gopal Sinha, General Secretary of Tripura, Sri Swapan Sinha, General Secretary of Assam, Sri Rajib Sinha General Secretary of Mizoram, Sri Sudanya Sinha, General Secretary Sahitya Parishad A.S.C, Dils Lakhindra Sinha, General Secretary, Sahitya Parishad, Central.

The General Assembly reiterated fulfillment of the longstanding demands of the Mahasabha by Govt. of Assam, Tripura and the Govt. of India at the earliest, otherwise the Mahasabha held they will be bound to resort to mass agitation programme.

It was decided in the Assembly that a delegation of the Mahasabha will move to New Delhi to meet the Ministry of I. & B, Prasar Bharati and the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India, for introduction of the Bishnupriya Manipuri Cultural programme in All India Radio and Doordarshan. Inclusion of the Assam Bishnupriya Manipuri Community in the Central OBC list will also be addressed, the Assembly decided.

After long discussion the next 43rd General Session of Mahasabha will be held at Kailasahar, Tripura, it was decided.

The two day long programme was marked with cultural activities by Srimati Bela Sinha of Silchar, Srimati Khela Mukherjee of Tripura, Sri Mihir Sinha of Bakatpur, and Sri Debodutta Sinha of Norsingpur.

Read: Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha Central Executive Meeting to be held at Hailakandi on 22 & 23 Nov


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  1. Good to see posts as such.
    Yes, Bishnupriya Manipuris of Delhi will be ready for support as in when Mahasabha comes in for the demands stated.

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  2. Yes evrybody is with you BM so move on.....

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