Bhatkal celebrates Karnataka Rajyotsava day with gaiety

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Quazi | Published on 1st November 2019, 9:26 PM | Coastal News | Don't Miss |

Bhatkal: Karnataka Rajyotsava was celebrated with gaiety at the Taluka stadium here at Nawayth Colony, Bhatkal on 1st November, Friday, under the joint aegis of  Bhatkal Taluka administration, Bhatkal Taluka Panchayat, Bhatkal Town Municipality and Jaali Pattan Panchayat. 

Presiding over the function, Bhatkal MLA Sunil Naik, addressing the gathering, said, the history is not just for obtaining knowledge, instead, the Rajyotsava should be recalled every day across the state.

Bhatkal Assistant Commissioner Sajid Ahmed Mulla, on this occasion, said, the formation of a united Karnataka is obtained with struggles, one needs to work hard for the development of the state by overlooking at caste, race or religion.

Gangadhar Naik, President of Bhatkal Kannada Sahitya Parishad presented an article on Kannada language and its culture.

Prior to the program, a rally was marked from New English High School to Taluka Stadium, which was flagged off by MLA Sunil Naik. 

Tahsildar V P Kutralli welcomed the guests and audience, Professor Shridhar Shet compered the event and BEO M R Munji delivered the vote of thanks.

On the stage, Panchayat member Vishnu Devadiga, Hanumanth Naik, Panchayat officer Prabhakar Chikmani, Municipality Chief officer Devaraju, CPI M S Prakash, Bhatkal government hospital medical officer Dr Savita Kamat, RFO Savita Devadiga among many others were present.

In the program, the achievers in various fields were felicitated including president of Kannada department at Anjuman degree college R S Naik, Medical officer Dr Savita Kamat along with 12 SSLC students who obtained 125 out of 125 marks in the annual exams were felicitated.

Later, the program continued with the colourful cultural events from school students.

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