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Mumbai: Jaya C Suvarna Inaugurates Inter-Branch Cricket and Throw ball


By Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network –Mumbai (DV)

Mumbai, Nov 30: Jaya C Suvarna, honorary president of Billava Association and director of Bharath bank  inaugurated the inter branch cricket and throw ball competition organized by Bharth cooperative bank staff welfare club in Tagore stadium at Kandavalli east on November 28.

Jaya C Suvarna said that the cooperative banks which started its business with the ideology of Narayanaguru, recently started branches in BC Road and Bantwal and now has good transactions and also has gathered more deposits which will be an honour to the effort of the bank.

On this occasion, JC Suvarna symbolically initiated the sports meet and also requested the audience to be present during the Koti Chennya sports meet organized by the Billava association in Samatha Nagar, Kandavalli East at the Sports Authority of India stadium.

Deputy chief manager Nithyanada introduced the guests and said, “Bharath bank which holds 50 branches will widen its activities in Daravi and Kurla. License has been obtained to open 15 branches.”

Directors Chandrasekhar Poojary, Mohandas Poojary, Bhaskar Salian, Bharath bank chief manager Anil Kumar R Ameen, executive manager Vivek Shanbhagh, deputy manager Shobha Dayanand, Mohandas Hejjamadi, Naveen Bangera were present on this occasion.

Bharath Bank welfare club secretary Dinesh Poojary, district secretary Sheetal Poojary, treasurer Pushparaj Belladi, joint secretary Avinash Poojary and all representatives were present on this occasion.

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