Golden Jubilee of Goregaon Billava Association Held

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (MM/RD)
Report and pics by Rons Bantwal

Mumbai, Nov 19: The coordinating committee of suburban Goregaon held the golden jubilee celebration of Billava Association Mumbai at Jawahar auditorium, located at Goregaon, west, on Sunday November 18 evening.

The programme was presided over by Jaya C Suvarna, president, Billava Association.  MLA, Subash Desai was the chief guest and he inaugurated programme by lighting the lamp.

Mahadev M Shiroorkar, proprietor, Tool Feed Company, Goregaon, entrepreneur Ratnakar Shetty, Pushparaj Kole, deputy chairman, J S W Steel Limited, Ramanath M Kotian, proprietor, Gayatri Creations, artist, Ashok B Salian, chartered accountant, S B Mainac, were the guests of honour, present at the occasion.

Y Ganesh, vice-president, Billava Association, Bhaskar V Bangera, honorary chief treasurer, Jayati V Ullal, president, women unit, lawyer Rohini Salian, honorary secretary, C T Salian, Pushpalata Salian, organizing committee vice-presidents, K O Suvarna, Ravi R Poojary, honorary treasurer, Pratap N Kotian, organizer, Shankar D Poojary, were present.

J V Kotian, president, Goregaon coordinating committee welcomed.  Nityanand D Kotian, honorary chief secretary, Billava Association, compered the programme. Honorary secretary Shashikala S Kotian proposed vote of thanks.


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