Kundapur: Byndoor taluk Horata Samiti president B Jagannath Shetty no more


Silvester D’Souza

Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP)

Kundapur, Aug 4: Byndoor taluk Horata Samiti president, Byndoor Bantara Yane Nadavara Sangha president, retired IFS official B Jagannath Shetty breathed his last on Tuesday.

He led the long campaign to create Byndoor taluk finally succeeding in it. He was known as a sincere official as a forest conservator. He indulged actively in international Rotary organization and became a Rotary governor.

He belonged to the Yadthare clan and was active in Bantara sangha. He used to take part in programmes actively putting young people to shame.

He was a member secretary of the forest Act amendment committee in 1997. His book on forest Act was the textbook of Forest Science.

He left behind three sons and three daughters.

  

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  • Robin, Byndoor

    Tue, Aug 4 2020

    The First IFS Officer from Bunts community Bandadi Jagannath Shetty who served as Karnataka Chief Conservator of Forest. He is the close relative of Late Yedthare Manjayya Shetty, Ex-MLA and both acquired name in the circle.

    His wife expired two months back.

    He is indeed a great Inspiration to everyone. Let his family and relatives get enough strength to bear the great loss.

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