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April 01, 2013 10:02:50 AM
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Sadasivan Naicker has been re-elected as president for the 'Then India Sanmargya Ikya Sangam Fiji'.

Speaking to FijiLive, Naicker said he was happy and excited about his re-election.

“I am happy because this gives me an opportunity to continue to provide service to the Sangam association,” Naicker said.

He said his board will focus on ways to reach out to and support the grass-root.

Naicker said there are also plans for the Sangam to set up a school for language, culture and arts.

Meanwhile of the other appointments yesterday, Damend Gounder was re-elected secretary general and Paras Ram Gounder re-elected as national treasurer.

Four new vice presidents were elected and they are Pravin Bala, Vijay Narayan, Padiyachi and Raja Kumaran.

By Indrani Krishna  
 

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