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BMDC promises ex-armymen of Rs10 lakh

Post Bureau, Guwahati (May 28): The floating of the Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Ex-Servicemen Association (NBMESA) with Rajkumar Chandrakanta Sinha as its president, Brajendra Sinha as vice-president, Lal Mohan Sinha as general secretary, Aswini Kumar Sinha as office secretary and Satyabrata Sinha as organising secretary and 22 executive members was made formal through a day-long opening ceremony at Silpgram on Sunday. Besides cultural programmes, the occasion was addressed by Bishnupriya Manipuri Development Council ( BMDC) chairman Kartik Sena Sinha, who is also the adviser of NBMESA, and Col (retd) Bijoy Sinha. The BMDC chairman promised a grant of Rs10 L to the NBMESA in this fiscal for setting up industries to make it a vibrant association that can absorb their members, wards, non-member ex-servicemen and others in the community, besides contributing to the economy.

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  1. Good going. Chor agoi arak chor agore rupa daan korer. Kintu ultimately habbi chor. Koti Association honkortai?? Kunogoi kaam koranirka te nagoi hudda kita khulle kisade poisa khana yakortoi uhan planning haan. Jago Bishnupriya Manipuri Jago. Tumare lutia lomkorla. BMDF orta kaam koranir rupa nei kintu daan koranir rupa ase.

  2. BMDC does'nt have any rule book to follow ie it doe'nt have the MOU or any constitution to run it, for which Kartik Sena Sinha Ex. MLA utters such words "10 lakhs for Ex.Service man, 5 lakhs each for Guwahati Maltheps etc".How has he been nominated as adviser to Ex. Service men Association. There are very senior Army Officers living in Guwahati,one of them could have been approached to head the Association or as an adviser.All Ex. servicemen drawing very good pension compare to most of the BM families earning. It is not understood how a Ex. BMDC chairman could annouce such a big amount in public? This is for nothing but gaining cheap popularity.

    1. Thakat Rebati Mohon Girok ato dine giya aji kamor kotha ahan apni matlang. BMDC ago te Kartik Giroke tar bapoke thoya gesega bhandar o honkorese go. Ta ugotto habbire rupa bilar. Ta kintu naderta nagoi kintu jegore der utai paitara ki na paitara ta nau ankorer. tar chela kotogo asi jetare ta rupa dena nenar diyetto der kintu utai 10 teka dile 2 teka diya 8 teka khaitara. Utai tar nang bodnam korat lagesigo. Ta te uta har nau par baro tar charigode hudda bokolom mahi gheriya thaitara. tau bokolom chela chamundau bokolom. Bokolom e bokolome miliya somaj uddhar korat lagesi. Orte BMDCr rupa kurang lagani haar napeiya auto baro silai mechine e khoros kortara. hurkang manur hurkang chinta dhara. ta tar chela utare na secheile tar ta uddhar nei.


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