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Jeddah: Indian Fraternity Forum celebrates family get-together

Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Jeddah (EP)

Jeddah, Mar 15: India Fraternity Forum Karnataka chapter, recently held a mass family get-together at the conclusion of Fraternity Fest at Madhala auditorium, here.

India Fraternity Forum regional president Fayazuddin Chennai inaugurated the programme. IFF district committee member Abdul Majid Vitla delivered the keynote address. IFF Karnataka chapter president Harris Goodinabali chaired the programme.

Lulu Hypermarket general manager Mohammed Ashraf K C Road, Indian Social Forum western zone Karnataka chapter president Mohammed Ali Muloor, IFF secretary Arif Bajpe, entrepreneur Liaqath, Master Traders and Transport, NCMS general manager Rahim Bajpe, Sada general secretary IPWF Kamar, Hidaya Foundation president Javed Kalladka, IFF Jeddah zonal president Mudassar Abdul were present as guests of honor.

IFF Karnataka chapter president Harris Goodinabali welcomed the gathering. IFF Jeddah zonal president Mudassar Abdul proposed the vote of thanks. Phiroz Kalladka, Muthalib Moodbidri and Shakir Haq Nelyadi compered the programme.

Several cultural programmes and sports were held after the hall programme. Desert Food competition held under the sponsorship of Lulu Hyper Market was the special attraction. Lulu Hyper Market chief chef Hanif K M and Baskin Robins’s Danish cooperated as judges of Desert Food. Hanif and Danish were honored with mementos.

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