Moodabidri: On behalf of Raneyar Samaj Seva Sangh (R) Kodangallu, the 12th All Karnataka Raneyar Samavesh-2023 was held on Sunday at Bayalu Ranga Mandir of Kodangallu Mahammai Temple.
Kodangallu Mahammai Temple Administrator Moktesara inaugurated the convention by lighting the Deju lamp. MLA Umanatha Kotyan participated as the chief guest and said that the Raneyar Samaj people came to the coast as laborers from Ranibennur. They came here and established their temple and developed their society, they have been giving more emphasis to organization.
He said that by giving good education to the children of their community, they can be brought into the mainstream of society, and also strengthen their society by availing the benefits of the government.
Surappa Raneyar Kokkada, founder president of Rajya Raneyar Sangh presided. Former Minister K. Abhayachandra Jain participated as a guest and said that Raneyar society should give priority to education. He said that socially and economically backward people should utilize the opportunity of higher education provided by former Chief Minister Veerappa Moily.
Honors: Dr. Sridevi Karkala (Education), BM Hukru (Midwife), Deju (Religious Field), Shivprasad (Flute Player), Women’s Board President Vanaja and Jayaprakash’s wife Prabha who have achieved in various fields were honored with the posthumous award.
Councilors Koragappa, Suresh Prabhu, AG Sons ITI Kodangallu its training officer Sivaprasad Hegde, former president of Akhil Karnataka Raneyar Samaj Seva Sangh Jayarane Kapu, vice president Sundaresh, treasurer Srinivasa Kapu, businessmen Thangaraj, Jhansi D’Souza, Moodbidire Zone President Ramesh KS, Vice President Kokila Santhosh, Member Sadananda, Bedra Friends Prakash, MB Prasad were the chief guests.
Shekhar, former honorary president of Mahammai temple, members of the association were present.
Kavita of Mahila Sangh welcomed. Krishnappa Nelyadi, secretary of the state association, spoke in the introduction. Harish, former secretary of Kodangallu Mahammai temple, narrated the program.