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Programme to propagate ideals of Devaraj Urs

Staff Correspondent

We will deliberate on his social reforms: MP


The programme is titled ‘Samsadara Angaladalli Urasu Nenapu'

It will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Rani Bahadur Auditorium


Mysore: A.H. Vishwanath, MP, said here on Saturday that a unique programme to remember and further the ideals of the late Chief Minster D. Devaraj Urs would be held here on June 6, the anniversary of his death.

The seminar-like programme is titled ‘Samsadara Angaladalli Urasu Nenapu'.

Aim

The aim of the programme was to remember the leader for his pioneering contribution to the development of society, including the poor and downtrodden, his organising capabilities, straightforwardness and social service, Mr. Vishwanath told presspersons here.

Attendees

He said the programme would be attended by intellectuals, former Ministers and bureaucrats who had worked with him, contemporary journalists, former Vice-Chancellors and social activists, among others.

They would deliberate on the social reforms ushered in by Devaraj Urs.

The programme will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Rani Bahadur Auditorium of the University of Mysore.

Support

The president of the Mysore District Kannada Sahitya Parishat, who was present, extended support to the programme.

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