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Mahasabha forms Jiri Ancholic Committee


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Deepak Singha, Diphu, Assam

In a meeting held at Goukhal Mandop, Jiribam, Manipur on November 15, the Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha (NBMM) formed a 21-member Jiri Ancholic Committee.

Inaugurating the meeting, Udhay Sinha, Secretary General of Mahasabha gave a detailed history of the formation and functions of the oldest socio-cultural body and said that the Jiri Ancholic Committee would work for the development of culture and preserving the ethnic identity of Manipuri community.

Anil Singha Gautam, Vice-President of the Central Committee of Mahasabha, and who played a pivotal role in the formation of the Committee in the Manipur valley stressed upon the need of bonding and sharing cultural relationship between the two sects of the community (Manipuri) by maintaining brotherhood relationship through mutual co-operation and exchanges. He also emphasized to work for the integrity of Manipur and Manipuries.

Rakeshwar Singha who organized the meeting gave thanks to Manipur Government for its assistance in the construction of Sri Sri Bhubaneswar Sadhu Thakur Sevashram at East Goukhal, Manipur. Nabakumar Singha and Upendra Singha were elected as President and Secretary of the committee in the meeting. The meeting was chaired by Sri Nabakumar Singha.


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