Karnataka Sangha, Kalyan Gets New Office

News &  Pics:  Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD/VA)
Mumbai, Jun 14:
The suburban office of the metro-based Karnataka Sangha was inaugurated at Joker Plaza, near K C Gandhi High School, Kalyan here on Sunday June 13. 
Karnataka Sangha president Manohar M Kori inaugurated the new office.
Manohar M Kori felicitated the donors who contributed generously towards the cost of new office premises. 

Speaking on the occasion, Kori said that it’s a significant achievement by Karnataka Sangha, Kalyan to own its new office within eight years of existence which will benefit a large number of Kannadigas’ in the suburban Kalyan.
The key donor Surendra V Shetty was the guest of honour.  He said that the contributions will come pouring for social welfare project that will benefit the Kannadigas’ across the metro. He wished the Sangha to emerge as a leading social welfare organization in the metro.
Honorary treasurer Basavaraj Patil, joint secretaries Subraya Hegde and Prakash Banare, joint treasurer Nutan Hegde, women wing president Ahalya R Shetty, education and social service committee president Gopal S Hegde, cultural committee president Darshan Srikanth Sonkar, literary and library committee president Professor K N Satish, PRO Sridar Kulkarni, executive committee members Subramanya Chattayar, Gopal Naik, Anuradha Kolkar and Jagannath C Shetty were also present on the occasion.
Former president Yekkar Nadiyodiguttu Bhaskar S Shetty welcomed the gathering.  Honorary chief secretary K Gopal Shetty proposed the vote of thanks.  Sports committee president Kuntini Prakash Hegde compered the programme. 


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