Mangalore, June 5: On behalf of city’s Jamaithul Sa Adha (Mutton traders sangha) free books distribution function was held at Jamaithul sa Adha cetre,A1baug,Kudroli on June 5,Wednesday and has distributed free books to 900 poor students starting from first standard to tenth standard. The sangha has been conducting free books distribution to poor students since seventeen years.
T V Subramanya, Inspector, under police while addressing the students said in his chief guest speech that people without proper education are unaware about the judicial/legal system of the country and as a result they will step in to wrong path. Knowledge is wealth and therefore students must try to acquire enough knowledge through education, he advised students.
P V Mohan, AICC member said in his speech that students must inculcate the habit of reading in order to gather/gain enough knowledge, he informed.
Ali Hassan, vice president, mutton traders sangha said in his speech that students from non-English medium school and rural students will be given priority and by doing so, sangha will be doing social justice, he said.
Aziz,Kudroli ward corporator has presided over the function, Prakash Autorickshaw union leader, Labia Lobo,administrator,anaesthesia treatment Abdul Khader,senior leader Jamaithul sa adha unit and among others were present.