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The 6th Public Awareness Meeting of Railway Yatri Sangha on 14th February at Payyade Residency, Mira Road (East)

Published On : 12 Feb 2016   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai, February 12: The Railway Yatri Sangha Borivili, Mumbai (western zone) has organized 6th Public awareness Meeting of Railway Yatri Sangha in association with Mira-Bhayander Tulu-Kannada Sangha on Februry 14, Sunday at 4.00 PM, at Payyade Residency, opposite to Deepak Hospital, Mira-Bhayander Road, Miraroad (E)-said Udaya Shetty, the President of Railway Sangha.

 

The general body meeting will be held under the presidentship of Virar Shankar Shetty-the honarary president of Railway Sangha. Gopal C Shetty, the MLC will be participating in the meeting and will give further information regarding traveling facilities, starting extra trains, changes in timings and facilities to the travelers. Also there will be a discussion on permanent continuation of Vasai Road to Mangaluru Ganapati Fest special Train - said Virar Shankar Shetty.

Mrs Sheela Shetty-the chief secretary has requested all Tulu-Kannadiga residents of Mira-Bhayander and Mumbai, the travelers, the office bearers of Tulu-Kannadiga Associations and members to particiapte and co-operate for the success of the meeting.







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