MSP, Bokaro gets new Working committee

Bokaro: The new executive committee of the Mithila Sanskiritik Parishad (MSP), Bokaro has been formed on Wednesday. The names of the newly formed committee were announced in a meeting held under the chairmanship of Kumud Kumar Thakur, chairman of the outgoing committee of the Council, in the auditorium of the Mithila Academy Public School, Sector 4E.

The newly constituted 30-membered committee for the year 2020-23 includes Anil Kumar- Chairman, Vice President Animesh Kumar Jha and Rajendra Kumar, General Secretary Avinash Kumar Jha, Joint Secretary Samarendra Jha, Director of Cultural Programme Shambhu Jha and Vivekanand Jha, Organization Secretary Subhadra Chaudhary and Govind Kumar Jha, Planning Secretary Mihir Jha and Santosh Kumar Mishra, Assistant Secretaries Avinash Jha Avi and Sunil Chaudhary, Treasurer Pradeep Kumar Jha, Joint Treasurer Kaushal Kumar Rai, Press Secretary Arun Pathak and Deepak Jha, Executive Members Bahuran Jha, Neeraj Chaudhary, Shravan Kumar Jha, Dilip Jha, Mihir Mohan Thakur, Maya Nand Jha, invited members Vijay Kumar Jha, Gangesh Kumar Pathak, Usha Jha, Preity Rai, Kanchan Jha, Anand Rajhans and Rajiv, informed Arun Pathak member of the Council.

Speaking on occasion the Chief General Manager of Bokaro Steel Plant and the newly nominated chairman of the Council, Anil Kumar said that the Council is committed to social and cultural development. The new working committee is energetic and with the help of the society, the Council’s work will be carried forward. In the new generation, the love for Mithilanchal’s art-culture will increase and work for it.

Avinash Kumar Jha, newly appointed General Secretary, said that the attachment and support of the society towards the Council is praiseworthy. In the last general meeting, he got the responsibility of the new general secretary unanimously.

“With the cooperation of all, I will give a new dimension to the work of the Council in the social, cultural and educational fields,” added Jha.

I will also take immediate initiative to materialize the Council’s plan to open a nursery and playschool at Chas, said Jha.



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