Warangal: District NRI Foundation (DNF) chairman D Harinath Babu has appealed to the successful Non-Residents of India (NIR) to come forward to repay the debt of the motherland by executing some service activities and philanthropic service in their respective native places.
He along with the members of the Lions Club has distributed 35 HDTV sets to selected government high schools at a programme organised by the Lions International 320F club at Srinivasa Ramanujan School, Unikicherla, near here on Saturday. While both the Lions Club, and DNF have decided to distribute a total of 100 modern TV sets with USB port and wi-fi facility for the benefit of the students to facilitate them to listen to online classes in the erstwhile Warangal district, they have handed over the 35 TV sets in the first installment.
Speaking on the occasion, District Governor Lion Mucha Raji Reddy, who has presided over the programme, said that they were trying to help students studying in the government schools through different programmes including donating benches, RO plants and TV sets, and thanked the DNF for partnering with the Lions Club.
District Vice-Governors Kanna Parashuramulu, N Venkateswara Rao, DNF Spokesperson Krishna Rao, Lions Club leaders K Lingamurthy, Macharla Satyanarayana, Katanguru Ramgopal Reddy, Kundur Venkat Reddy, P Harikishan Reddy, Dr Talla Ravi, M Sudhakar Reddy, Ch Venkataramana Reddy, B Narasimha Reddy, Akula Mahesh Kumar, Editor Srinivas, Region Chairman Y. Mahender Reddy, Ch Jayashri, E Pratapareddy, Peddi Venkata Narayana and others participated in the programme.
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