ELECTION OFFICIALS CONFERRED AUTHORITY TO THE DIRECTORS
(Photo/Report: Rons Bantwal)
Mumbai, : The results of the new board of Directors of Bharat Co-operative Bank (Mumbai) Limited for the period 2018-2023 has been declared. The program was held under the Presidency of A.K Chauhan- the Registrar of Maharashtra state co-operative Society on Friday (October 5th) at Bridgewasi Palace auditorium in Goregaon East, Mumbai. During the occasion, he officially declared the names of new Board of Directors and handed over the certificate and congratulated them.
In the beginning, the President of Billawara association- Chandrashekara S. Poojary initiated the program by lighting the lamp. Additional election officers- Sandeep Deshmukh, D. B Goswami, C. R Mulki- CEO and Managing Director of Bharath Bank, the Manager of Bharath Bank- Vidyananda S. Karkera, the President of Billawara Association- Chandrashekara S. Poojary were present on the dais.
A.K Chauhan officially handed over the various posts to the new Board of Directors of the Bank- Jaya C. Suvarna, Vasudeva R. Kotian, L. V Amin, Justice S. B Amin, J. A Kotian, Damodar C. Kunder, N. T Poojary, Gangadhar J. Poojary, K. B Poojary, U. S Poojary, Jyothi K. Suvarna, K. N Suvarna, Bhaskar M. Salian, Suryakanth J. Suvarna, Premanath P. Kotian, Mohandas A. Poojary, Purushotham S. Kotian, Justice Rohini J. Salian and Sharada Sooru Karkera, Anbalagan C. Harijan.
The Bank officer- Vandana Shetty recited the prayer. C. R Mulki welcomed the guests and compered the program. Vidyananda S. Karkera proposed the vote of thanks. Program came to an end with National Anthem.
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