Udupi Adamaru Math donates Rs 55,55,555 to PM’s corona relief fund

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (EP)

Udupi, Apr 17: Adamaru Math and the educational institutes in the Math have donated Rs 55,55,555 to Prime Minister's coronavirus relief fund. The amount was handed over by Adamaru Vishwapriya Sripada and Ishapriya Sripada to MP Shobha Karandlaje, deputy commissioner Jagadeesh, Udupi MLA Raghupathi Bhat and DSP Vishnuvardhan.

“Everybody is suffering due to fault of one person. All should join hands to the work being done by our Prime Minister. We have donated the amount in the form of prasada after prayers. We are praying that everybody may gain health,” said Vishwapriya Sripada in his message.

“The government does not get taxes in the current difficult times but the expenditure will continue. May India be the first corona free country in the world,” he said.

Over Rs 2,00,000 were donated by Adamaru Math for the prime minister’s fund earlier. Srikrishna math, Adamaru has donated 1,000 kits and Kunjarugiri Durga temple has donated 250 kits in this connection.            




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  • Jeetendra hegde, Mumbai

    Sat, Apr 18 2020

    Plz...first of all you lookafter your staff by giving their salary....lot of institutions haven't paid march month,'s salary to their staff still....utilisation of PMs care fund is not known yet...but people working for you there in front of you..

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