Mumbai: Ganiga Samaja holds 26th annual general meeting

Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (EP)

Mumbai, Nov 27: Ganiga Samaja held their annual general meeting at Saraswati auditorium of BSKB association, Sion on November 26. B V Rao, president of the Samaja inaugurated the meeting.

Honorary president Kutpadi Ramchandra M Ganiga, vice president Vijayendra Ganiga, honorary secretary Chandrashekar R Ganiga, joint secretary Jagadish Ganiga, ladies wing president Tara Bhatkal, youth wing president Ganesh R Kutpadi and Vidyodaya committee president Vijayendra Ganiga were on the dais. BSKBA and Gopalakrishna Public trust president Dr Suresh S Rao Kateel felicitated them with a flower bouquet.

Chief secretary Chandrashekar R Ganiga informed the report of previous year's meeting and annual activities. Sadananda Kallianpur gave details of previous year’s accounts. It was followed by the election for executive committee members for the term of 2023-2025.

U Balachandra Katpadi, Rathnaker A Shetty, Madhava Ganiga, Nagaraja Ganiga, Sushma Rao, Rachana V Bhatkal and others expressed their opinions and wished the best for the organization.

Executive committee members K Shantarama Murthy, Rajesh Kutpady, Dinesh Rao T S, Gangolli Gopalakrishna Govinda Ganiga, Vinayak Bhatal, Dinesh Ganiga Bhayandar, Ramesh N Ganiga, Kalinga Rao, Gangadhar N Ganiga, active members Vijaya J Ganiga, Shubha Ganesh Kutpadi, Suma Rajesh Kutpadi, former and current office bearers, members and Ganiga community members were present.

The meeting started after prayers. Veena Dinesh Ganiga sang the prayer. Chandrashekar R Ganiga welcomed. B V Rao conducted the meeting. Jagadish Ganiga proposed a vote of thanks.



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