Mumbai, July 29: Get-Together function of Billawa Association Mumbai with Billawa Jagruti group will be held in the presence of Jaya C. Suvarna- President of National Billawa Mahamandal and Managing Director of Bharat Bank and in the presidency of Nithyananda D. Kotian- president of the association on Sunday, July 30 at 4.30 p.m. at Shri NarayanaGuru Hall, BillawaBhavan, Santacruz(E).
Jaya C. Suvarna Nityananda D.Kotyan N T Poojary
N.T. Poojary- President of Billawa Chamber of Commerce, Sooru C. Karkera- Senior Businessman and organizer, Suresh S. Poojary, K. Bhojaraj, L.V. Amin- the Former President of Billawa association, Gangadhar Amin, Dayanand Bontra Baroda- the Businessmen, Vasudev R. Kotian- Former President of Bharat Bank, Rohini J. Salian- Deputy Chair Person of Bharath Bank and Lawyer, Gopal C. Poojary, Anand Poojary- Lawyer, CA. Ashwath Hejmady will be present as honorary guests.
Office bearers of the association and pre-merge Jagruti group,office bearers of local committee, members, well-wishers, donors will be participating in this occasion.
Billawa Jagruti Group has already been officially merged with the association, and the re-assembly of association membership tasks are at the final stage. Billawa Association has 22 local offices with more than 27,000 memberships. The association’s Bharath Bank containing 101 branches operates in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat states and its total turnover over is more than Rs. 17,000.
‘Get-Together function of Billawa Association Mumbai with BillawaJagruti group will beorganized on account of BillawaJagruti’s merger with the parent organization-Billawa Association Mumbai. On this occasion special dance performances, documentary film presentation will be held and many new office bearers are to join the executive committee’- reported, Dharmapal G. Anchan- TheHonorary General Secretary of the BillawaAssociation.
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