Mumbai: Karnataka Sangha, Chembur holds 66th annual general body meeting

Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (EP)

Mumbai, Nov 29: Karnataka Sangha, Chembur which is engaged in educational, social and cultural services since the last six and a half decades held its 66th annual general body meeting at Vidyasagar complex auditorium, Chembur on Sunday morning, November 28. Advocate H K Sudhaker, president of the sangha presided over and inaugurated the meeting.

Vice president Prabhaker B Bolar, honorary chief secretary Devadas K Shettigar, honorary treasurer T R Shetty, honorary joint secretary Sudhaker H Anchan, joint treasurer Sunder N Kotian and executive committee members were on the dais.

Elected members for the executive committee for the period 2021 – 2024 Arun Kumar Shetty, Chandrakanth S Naik, Devadas K Shettigar, Prabhaker R Bolar, Sandesh D Madhuru and Sunder N Kotian were officially admitted in the committee during the meeting.

Executive committee members Vishwanath S Shenava, Gunaker H Hegde, Yogesh V Gujaran, Rama Poojary, Mohan S Kanchan, Chandrashekar Anchan, Ashok Salian, Dayasagar Chowta, Sudhir V Putran and other members were present. Shekar Shetty, Anil Kumar R Ameen, Jernold J Xavier, Raghu A Moily, Vasanth Hegde, Sandhesh D Madhuru and others expressed their opinions and gave suggestions.

Office bearer Ganapathi offered pooja to Saraswati Devi in the beginning of the meeting. The meeting began after prayers from female children of the school. T R Shetty tabled annual accounts. Devadas K Shettigar read the report of the previous year’s annual meeting and rendered a vote of thanks.


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