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‘Duty, service interspersed with Indian culture’

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Pralhad Joshi, MP, at the Sevabharati programme at Keshwapur in Hubli on Monday.— PHOTO: KIRAN BAKALE
Pralhad Joshi, MP, at the Sevabharati programme at Keshwapur in Hubli on Monday.— PHOTO: KIRAN BAKALE

Senior pracharak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Suryanarayan Rao has said duty and service were interspersed with Indian culture.

He was addressing a gathering after inaugurating the newly-built auditorium of Seva Bharati Trust at Keshwapur here on Monday evening.

He said that culture of service had been a part of their country for thousands of years. “Because of the selfless service of the people towards the country, ‘Bharat’ has been referred to as ‘matrubhumi’, ‘karmabhumi’ and ‘punyabhumi’,” he said.

Midday meal

Industrialist Jitendra Majithia underscored the need for extending the midday meal scheme to schools for children with disabilities and urged the elected representatives to make efforts in this regard.

Making introductory remarks Seva Bharati Trust president Raghu Akmanchi said the trust planned its expand its activities to all districts in the State. He said that the trust was working with a goal of converting service into a movement.

Felicitated

Dr. Jagadish Hiremath, who runs an institution for children with diabilities, was felicitated by the trust.

Gurusiddha Rajayogindra Swami of Moorusavir Math, Pralhad Joshi, MP; Aravind Bellad, MLA, and industrialist Vijay Shettar were present.

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