Indians build up trustworthy relationships: K D Shetty
Mumbai- Raighad , January 28: “When I visited this school 6 months ago, I got worried about the future of these children after seeing the condition of this school. We should build schools rather than temples, so that we can lighten many children’s life and of course God also like these kinds of deeds. I got this opportunity to serve these school children and this is my pleasure. I achieved this by the blessings of my mother Bhavani Amma. Wavarli is an underdeveloped village, but people and teachers from here are real examples of love and respect; we won’t get this kind of affection elsewhere. This programme is a proof for genuine relationships seen among Indians” said Daddangady Chelladka Kusumodhara D Shetty, the founder and president of Bhavani Foundation, New-Mumbai.
K.D Shetty said these words after inaugurating the new buildings of Zilla Parishad Primary school and Anganwadi which was renewed by Bhavani Foundation New-Mumbai at Takurwady of Maharashtra State.
Sanjeeva N Shetty from Shri Manikantha Seva Sangha Nerul, Smitha Khairnar-educational development officer of Khalapur Panchayath, Amitha Labande and Sarapanch Jeejabai Ghore expressed their views and honored K D Shetty for his assistance.
Jeekshith Kusumodar Shetty-the vice president of Bhavani Foundation, Rajalaxmi Subramanyam, Pandith Naveenchandra R Sanil, Naveen S Shetty, Chelladka Prakash D Shetty, Premanath B Shetty Mundkur and Karnuru Mohan Rai Karnuru were present at the dais.
Mr Anantha Thambre (Police Patil) welcomed all. Students sang the welcome song. Muralidhar Palve delivered the introductory speech. Thaskode Parsuram introduced the guests and compered the programme. The local leaders Akbar Guruji, Anatha Patil, Jaanu Mukhune, S K Palve, Sanjay Vagmare and Sharada Dabne and others honored the guests. Hemanth Vishavale and Sundar Chavhan conducted the cultural programme; Deepa S Deshapande proposed the vote of thanks. Students exhibited the cultural programmes and variety of dances.
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