Seva Bharati dedicates 92 houses to flood victims at Inamboodihal village of North KarnatakaDate posted: July 14, 2011 | Short URL: https://samvada.org/?p=4922 | Share:
Hunagunda Taluk: Seva Bharati, a premier social service organisation and a RSS initiative of seva projects, has dedicated more houses to flood victims. In a meaningful ceremony on July 12, 2011 at Inamboodihal village of Hunagunda Taluk at North Karnataka, Seva Bharati dedicated 92 newly constructed houses to the families of flood victims. Dr Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat, South-Central Zonal (Kshethreeya) Sampark Pramukh of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh handed over these houses to the villlagers.
“Without expecting any fame for service activities, Seva Bharati is serving the needful population of the state. We should think that ‘Seva’ is an opportunity to serve mankind and the eternal God. To build a nation of hormony and integrity, Seva activities are much needed, essential.” Said Dr Prabhakar Bhat.
Dr Bhat also requested the beneficiaries-villagers to live with social hormnony and there by make the dream in to reality of strong stable society and nation. Each house should have patirotic thoughts. The houses need think and act socially, said Prabhakat Bhat.
Minister for Irrigation and Kannada Culture Govinda Karajola, MLA Veeranna Charanti Mutt, several local leaders of various socio-religious organisations were present during the occassion.