Udupi Cong committee holds ‘Walk for India’ procession as part of I-Day celebration

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (HB/EP)

Udupi, Aug 6: A walk for India procession was held here in the leadership of Udupi district Congress committee on Saturday August 6, as part of 75th anniversary of India’s independence.

Congress party has held processions across the country to pronounce the sacrifice of martyrs, peace, harmony and patriotism during the freedom struggle.

The procession started from Kannarpady Jaya Durga Parameshwari temple premises and concluded near Indrali bus stand via Kinnimulki, Court road, City bus stand and MGM College.

Several national, state and district level leaders, leaders of various units, committees, office bearers and members of local bodies and party activists took part.

Former minister Vinay Kumar Sorake, Vidhan Parishad member Manjunath Bhandary, Mithun Rai, district Congress president Ashok Kumar Kodavooru, M A Gafoor, Veronica Corneleo, Udupi block Congress president Ramesh Kanchan, Prakhyat Shetty, Shabir Udupi, Taranath Kotian, Sukanya Poojary, Madhava Bannanje, Dinesh Putran, Udyavar Nagesh Kumar, Louis Lobo, Keerthi Shetty, Bhasker Rao Kidiyooru, Deepak Kotian, Annayya Sherigar, Dinaker Heroor, Ganesh Nergi, Harish Shetty Pangla, Sashidhar Shetty Ermal and others were present.




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