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NCHT UK - AGM 2017 Press Release

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NCHTUK AGM 2017,

Shree Sanatan Mandir, Leicester.

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The AGM held on the 11th June 2017 at Shree Sanatan Mandir Leicester, was a great success. I am pleased to report that the meeting was quorate and attended by passionate, committed Hindu Temple leaders and Council members, all very enthusiastic to express their opinions and to pledge their support to the NCHT, the Trustees and the Committee members present. There were no contested nominations and the following office bearers were elected with unanimonus support. They have assumed their roles and are immediately contactable regarding their areas of responsibility.

Executive Committee Members - Office Bearers

1) President Shri Pt Madhu V Shastri, (Omkarananda Mission) email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
2) Vice President Shri Mangat Rai Sharma (Shree Vishwa Hindu Kendra Temple, Southall)
3) General Secretary Shri. Satish K Sharma, (Shree Adhya Shakti Mataji Temple, Cowley) 0208 123 8272 e: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
4) Asst. Secretary Smt. Vasanti Pandya (The Leicestershire Brahma Samaj, Leicester)
5) Treasurer Shri Kulwant R Gautam (Shree Krishan Mandir, Wolverhampton) email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
6) Asst. Treasurer  Shri Parveen Ralhan (Hindu Cultural Society, Slough)
7) Communications Officer Smt. Devinder K Shastri, (Omkarananda Mission) M: 07717 814357 ,e: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Committee Members:                
1) Shri Jagdish Sharma (Shree Geeta Mandir, Birmingham)
2) Shri Jasvant Kalia (Shree Krishan Mandir, Wolverhampton)
3) Shri Pt. Ravi Bhushan (Shree Mahananda Dham, Coventry)
4) Shri Narinder Kumar Kalia (Shree Geeta Mandir, Birmingham)
5) Smt Vibhoothi Acharya (Shree Sanatan Mandir, Leicester)
6) Smt. Rita Sharma (Bhagwati Shakti Peeth, Nottingham)                         
7) Shri Anil Randev    (Shree Bhagwati Shakti Peeth, Nottingham)

Trustees

1) Shri Rashmikant Joshi (Shree Geeta Bhawan, Leicester)
2) Shri. Jashvant R. Chauhan OBE (Shree Sanatan Mandir &Community Centre, Leicester)
3) Shri. Shri Mahesh C. Prasher (Shree Geeta Bhawan, Leicester)
4) Shri. Sudarshan Kumar Bhatia, (Shree Vishwa Hindu Temple, Southall)
5) Shri Yashpal Tara (Swindon Hindu Temple Trust)   

Co-opted Members                           
1) Shri TL Punj (Shree Mahananda Dham, Coventry)
2) Shri Pradeep Bhardwaj (Swindon Hindu Temple Trust)
3) Shri Raman Barber (Shree Sanatan Mandir, Leicester)

NCHT(UK) Youth Group:  

1) Mr Jayesh Shastri
2) Mr Pramod Prasher

The newly appointed office bearers would like to place on record their appreciation of the phenomenal support the members have given to the Charity over the last two years and I would like to extend my personal gratitude to all who participated with the new clearer and more representative election process.  I would also like to thank the delegates and seniors who attended, for their patient tolerance and warm welcome and I hope to be able to meet with you all again in the very near future.

Finally we would like to thank the Executive and the Sangat of the Shree Sanatan Mandir Leicester, for hosting the event and for their unflinching support for the NCHT UK, its mission and its newly appointed Team. More reports and pictures will be posted very soon.

Kind regards

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Shri Satish K Sharma,

General Secretary

www.nchtuk.org

 

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