Mangaluru: Former mayor of MCC Kavita Sanil distributes free rice to 1500 poor families


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Aug 22: "There is a belief that Lord Sri Krishna used to do charity in order for the poor people to celebrate festivals in a happy manner. Former mayor of Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) is distributing free rice to poor families of Pacchanady for the past four to five years. Her deed is equivalent to offering pooja to Lord Sri Krishna," said Kateel Vedamoorthi Laxminarayana Asranna.

Asranna was speaking at the free rice distribution programme organized by former mayor Kavita Sanil to 1500 families at the auditorium of Pacchanady Labour Colony on the outskirts of the city.

Speaking on the occasion, parish priest of Bondel Church, Andrew Leo D'Souza said, "One who shows concern for the poor is loved by God. When the number of people, who wipe the tears of the poor and downtrodden in the society increases, the harmony improves. The service of Kavita Sanil in this regard is commendable."

In her introductory speech, former mayor of MCC, Kavita Sanil said, "I am doing this service since the past four to five years on the occasion of Sri Krishna Janmashtami. When I give back something back to the society from what I have earned, the mind feels happy."

Purushotam Kottari, Raghuram Shetty, Sathish Bandale, Vittal Shetty, Jagadish Poojary, Sanjeeva Kundar, Steevan D'Silva, Shankar Shetty, Anil Saldanha, Latha Rai and others were present on the occasion.

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