Mumbai: Condolence meeting held to pay homage to late Appi K Shetty


Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (EP)

Mumbai, Sep 22: A condolence meeting was held at Swamy Muktananda auditorium, Bantara Bhavan here on Sunday Sep 22 to pay homage to Kambihalli Appi Krishna Shetty, mother of Bantara Sangha Mumbai honorary chief secretary, Karnataka Rajyotsava awardee, economic scholar Dr R K Shetty. Sons Anand Kumar, Dr R K Shetty, Mohan Kumar, daughter in law Anita R Shetty, grandson Sreyas R Shetty of the late Appi Shetty and Bantara Sangha Jnyana Mandira president Krishna V Shetty were present.

Bantara Sangha Mumbai president Chandrahas K Shetty offered floral tributes to the portrait of late Appi Shetty. R K Shetty thanked everybody for the prayers and messages of condolences received on the demise of Appi Shetty.

Jagatika Bantara Okkoota honorary treasurer Ulthoor Mohandas Shetty, Matrabhoomi credit society president Rathnaker Shetty Mundkoor, Bantara Sangha former president Padmanabha S Payyade, joint treasurer Mundappa S Payyade, Bantara Sangha Andheri Bandra regional committee convener, advocate R G Shetty, Kannadiga Kalavidara Parishat Maharashtra president Dr Surendra Kumar Hegde, former MLA Madhikar Chavan, LIC manager K Hariharan, LIC former officer Malhotra and Nilesh Shetty offered their tributes.

Bantara Sangha former president Prabhaker L Shetty, Ahar former president Adarsh Shetty, Krishna Y Shetty, Dr Prabhaker Shetty Bola, CA I R Shetty, Indrali Diwaker Shetty, relatives and friends of R K Shetty, office bearers of local associations, Bantara Sangha and regional committees and well-wishers offered their homage.

  

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