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NBMM unit, Andolan Parishad hit back at Rajkumar, Manab

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, June 25: The secretary of the Durlabcherra Anchalik Committee of the Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha (NBMM), Surajit Sinha, and Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Andolan Parishad (NBMAP) executive member Nirmal Sinha condemned Hareswar Sinha Manab and Rajkumar Sinha for their recent joint statement against Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Sahitya Parishad’s Assam State committee vice-president Paragjyoti Sinha on the ongoing spat between the NBMM and the newly formed Bishnupriya Manipuri Suraksha Samiti (BMSS).

Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Sahitya Parishad (NBMSP) secretary Hareswar Sinha Manab and Bishnupriya Manipuri Suraksha Samiti (BMSS) secretary Rajkumar Sinha squarely questioned the extent of knowledge of NBMSP’s Assam State committee vice-president Raja Parag Jyoti Sinha (Shimu) about the power of “mass convention”. They also said that Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha (NBMM) president Dr Debendra Kumar Sinha had no moral right to hold the top NBMM post.

According to Surajit Sinha, the statement made by Paragjyoti Sinha against Anil Singha Gautam (BMSS president) is, in fact, the buzz word in the NBMM. “Anil Singha Gautam and four other executive members of the NBMM and its sister concerns have been suspended by the NBMM at its May 22 central executive committee meeting for their anti-organizational activities,” Surajit Sinha said.

Nirmal Sinha said: “Rajkumar Sinha and Hareswar Sinha Manab have no locus standi to make such comments. The so-called BMSS is nothing but an individual committee that has been formed to protect the interest of a few people with vested interest. The so-called mass convention that formed the BMSS has been declared illegal by the NBMM and other organizations of the Bishnupriya Manipuri community.”

Nirmal Sinha further said: “The statement made by Anil Singha Gautam that the powers of the NBMM president have been curtailed is a matter of joke. Sinha Manab and Rajkumar Sinha have become the torchbearers of a suspended NBMM executive member, Singha Gautam.”

Courtesy: The Sentinel


  1. NBMM, NBMSP, NBMAP, BMSS, NBMDC, ....infinite

    Not far someday the number of BM people will be equivalent to the number of organizations we have.

    What are these groups teaching us or what are we learning from our elders or should we take their advice ?

  2. True Raghab.. 

    Fact of the matter is BM community is highly redundant of intelligent dims. Large number of them are infected with avarice and hostility which takes them to follow the envious divisive route. Hence the emergence of infinite assemblage like    BMSS, BMSSS, BMNHS, BMDGF, BMNG, BMBM, NBMKHL, BMNJGT, BMLMD, .....  Not to mention few have inherited this envious character from their forefathers taking the legacy forward.
    The most ridiculous  part is that a group formed by minded felons strips the power of other who may be legitimately profound.


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