Religious leaders to support anti-alcohol drive in Karnataka

CM Sadananda Gouda speaks, several religious leaders seen

Bangalore January 11: Spiritual and religious leaders from across the State have came forward to join hands to support anti-alcohol drive of the Karnataka State Temperance Board (KSTB).

A two-day round table conference has began in Bangalore today in association with Gandhi Smaraka Nidhi, National Service Scheme and Karnataka State Law University, where more than 40 spiritual and religious leaders are participating.

Several religious leaders, CM Sadananda Gouda participated in this conference.

CM Sadananda Gouda with Dr Shivakumar Mahaswamiji of Siddhaganga Mutt, Tumkur

Vishwa Samvada Kendra

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