Mumbai: Billava Association Felicitates Karnataka CM B S Yeddyurappa

Report and pics from Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD)

Mumbai, Aug 11: Karnataka chief minister B S Yeddyurappa offered obeisance to Sri Brahmashree Narayana Guru and Koti – Chennaya idols located at Billava Bhavan, Santacruz (East) while on his tour in the metro, on Sunday August 10 morning.

Billava Association president Jaya C Suvarna, offered grand welcome to B S Yeddyurappa on his arrival at Billava Bhavan on Sunday morning.

Home minister Dr V S Acharya, MP and BJP state president Sadanand D Gowda, Mumbai Pradesh BJP president Gopal C Shetty were also honoured at the same occasion, by draping the shawl by Jaya C Suvarna.

Association vice president Y Nagesh V R Kotian, L V Amin, honorary chief secretary Nityanand D Kotian, honorary chief treasurer Bhaskar V Bangera, Association 'Akshaya' monthly bulletin honorary editor M B Kukyan, women wing executive president Jayanti V Ullal, Seva Dal leader Ganesh K Poojary, honorary secretary C T Salian, joint secretaries Shankar D Poojary, Dharmesh S Salian, Ganesh M Billava, Mahesh C Poojary, Premanat P Kotian, sub committee presidents B Koosappa, Bhaskar M Salian, Devendra V Bangera, B Ravindra Amin and other office bearers were present at the occasion.


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