Press Day celebrated in Bantwal


Mounesh Vishwakarma

Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (EP)

Bantwal, Jul 28: “Celebrating press day by felicitating newspaper distributors is commendable,” said Bantwal DySP Valentine D’Souza.

He was speaking after inaugurating Press Day held by Bantwal taluk working journalists association in the cooperation of Bantwal Press Club at B C Road Press club on Wednesday, July 28. “Journalists have provided excellent support when I was the police circle inspector at Bantwal enabling me to work efficiently. The work of journalists is not easy. They have to sometimes inevitably work risking their own lives. Journalism is adventurous,” he said.

Chief Guest, Bantwal public hospital medical officer Dr Pushpalatha, working journalists association president Srinivas Nayak Indaje conveyed their wishes. Association president Harish Ambady presided over the programme.

Senior newspaper distributors Vittal resident Rajamma K V, Vagga resident Lokayya Gowda and B C Road resident Mithabail Narasimha Pai were felicitated.

Bantwal press club president Prashanth Punjalkatte and Secretary Mohammed Ali were on the dais. Former president of Bantwal taluk working journalists association, Sandeep Salian gave an introduction. Association members Ratna Deva Punjalkatte, Kiran Sarapady and Ramesh K Punacha introduced the felicities. Chief secretary Mohammed Ali Vitla rendered a vote of thanks. Former president Mounesh Vishwakarma compered the programme.

 

 

 

  

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