Mumbai: Powai Kannada Sangha holds blood donation camp during silver jubilee celebrations

Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (EP)

Mumbai, Jan 4: Povai Kannada Seva Sangha held a blood donation camp in their office recently as part of their silver jubilee celebrations. Bunts Health center president Dr Satyaprakash Shetty inaugurated the camp.

Ashok Matekar was the Chief guest. Kannada Seva Sangha honorary president Mahesh S Shetty said that the sangha intends to indulge in social, literary and cultural programmes this year and hoped to obtain cooperation for them in the future.


Ladies wing president of the Sangha Shobha Ramesh Rai said that a large number of women have donated blood in the camp for its success. President the of Sangha, advocate R G Shetty called on everybody to join hands in the programmes of the sangha.

Former presidents of the sangha, Ramesh Rai Kayyara, Sudhaker Poojary, Ramesh Shetty Nanayyagaradi, Ashok Shetty Santhoor, current vice president Diwaker Shetty and Youth wing president Praveen Shetty spoke on the occasion.

The camp began after the prayers by Prashanti Diwaker Shetty. Secretary Nagaraja Gurupura welcomed. Drama actor Bhasker Suvarna Sasihitlu compered the programme. About 114 units of blood were collected in the daylong camp. Treasurer Sandesh Shetty rendered a vote of thanks.



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