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Newly elected Mahasabha Executive Members given oath on May 24 at Silchar


The combined oath taking ceremony of the newly elected executive members of the Mahasabha, and its Sahitya and Sanskriti Parishad, took place in the holy name of Radha Madhavjiu on May 24, 2009 at the Community Hall, Srila Bhubeneswar Sadhutakur Sevashram, Tarapur, Silchar, Assam.

The ceremony was performed by Sri Prangopal Mukherjee, the Gaddishwar of Ghaghrapar. He administered the oath of allegiance to Dr Debendra Kumar Sinha, the elected President of the Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha (NBMM). The President in turn administered the oath of confidence to all other executive committee members and the office-bearers of Sahitya and Sanskriti Parishad.

Central Committee Mahasabha

  • Dr Debendra Kumar Sinha (Silchar)

Working Presidents:

  • Chandrakanta Sinha (Silchar) Sahitya, Sanskriti, Andolan Parishad, Legal affairs
  • Sundar Mukherjee (Tripura), Development Council & Finance & Organization
  • Rebati Mohan Sinha (Mumbai), Organization outside N.E & Finance
  • Padmasen Sinha (Bangladesh), Organization Bangladesh & Finance
  • Hemkanti Sinha, Research & Analytics and Development Council

Vice Presidents:

  • Sandya Banerjee Sinha (Silchar), Social Reforms & Andolan Parishad
  • Krishnaballav Sinha (Meherpur), Radhamadhavjew & Social Development
  • Pulin Behari Sinha (Baromuni), Economic Development & Employment
  • Rajendra Sinha (Bikrampur), Religion Social Affairs
  • Manikumar Sinha (Kalain), Sri Sri Radhamadhavjiu, Org and Finance
  • Matikanta Sinha (Dudpur, Natural Calamities & Emergency)
  • Paritosh Sinha (Tripura),7 Point Demands & org in Tripura
  • Ramusena Sinha (Puna), Finance & org outside NE.
  • Haripodo Sinha (Tripura), Finance
  • Haridas Sinha (Tripura), Social Affairs in Tripura.
  • Anil Sinha (Diphu), Organization of Assam & Manipur
  • Badal Sinha, Organization of Barak Valley
  • Srikanta Sinha (Tripura), Education

Secretary General:

Uday Sinha (Silchar)

General Secretaries:

  • Dr Sushanta Sinha (Tripura), Organization & Deputation etc.
  • Dr Prabat Sinha (Silchar), Research & Analytic Development Council & Student affairs
  • Dr Nirmalya Sinha (Delhi), Organization and Finance.
  • Krishnadas Sinha, Andolan Parishad, Social Welfare and org.


  • Santilal Sinha (Pratapgarh), Organization, Student affairs.
  • Nirmal Kumar Sinha (Meherpur), Andolan Parishad.& Students Affairs.
  • Sushil Sinha (Bangladesh), Org & Literally affairs.
  • Bagindra Sinha (Jatrapur), Communication & Org.
  • Premananda Sinha ( Dullavchara),Cultural affairs
  • Ramani Sinha (Kalain), Social Affairs & Org.
  • Samarjit Sinha (Guwahati), Org of Brahmaputra Valley & Finance.
  • Henryy Sinha (Delhi), Student Youth Affairs & Publicity
  • Subhal Sinha (Tripura), Organization in Tripura .
  • Rakesh Sinha. (Manipur), Organization Of Manipur.
  • Binoy Sinha, Organization of Barak Valley.
  • Shyamananda Sinha. (Ahur), Social Affairs & Andolan Parishad, Tripura.
  • Donomani Sinha, (Agartala), Org.

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