Mumbai: Nalyaguthu Prakash T Shetty elected president of Bantara Sangha

Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (EP)

Mumbai, Jan 13: Nalyaguthu Prakash T Shetty has been elected president of Bantara Sangha in the city's regional committee. The new office bearers will take over charge at Swami Mukthananda auditorium, Kurla east on Friday January 12.

Other newly elected office bearers are Bhujanga R Shetty, convener, vice president Shivaram N Shetty, secretary Ashok Shetty, treasurer Padmanabha Shetty, joint secretary Manohar Shetty, joint treasurer Mahabala Shetty, women's wing president Anitha A Shetty, vice president Suchitha Shetty, secretary Vinoda Shetty, treasurer Yamuna Shetty, youth wing president Prateek Shetty, vice president Sagar Shetty, secretary Adithya Shetty, treasurer Pooja Shetty, education and social welfare committee president Vishwanath S Shetty, literature and cultural committee president Tanuja Shetty, sports committee president Santhosh Shetty, membership committee president Mahabala Shetty, health committee president Prasad M Shetty, IT committee president Santhosh R Shetty, advisor Krishna V Shetty, Raghu P Shetty, Inna Jayarama Shetty, Anil Shetty Elinje and Ashok Pakkala.

Vice president of the Sangha, Chandrahas K Shetty, honorary chief secretary CA Sanjiva Shetty, honorary treasurer Pravin Bhoja Shetty, joint secretary Mahesh S Shetty, joint treasurer Gunapal Shetty Aikala, women's wing president Ranjani Sudhaker Hegde, youth wing president Sharath Shetty, south Mumbai regional coordinator Dr Prabhaker Shetty B, central Mumbai regional committee coordinator Indrali Diwaker Shetty will be present, said the reporter.

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