Parvathamma (second from left), wife of JP Narayana Swamy distributed checks to the children of Matrashree Manovikasa Center. JP Sudhakar, Puneet Rajkumar, Karnataka Arya Ediga Association president Dr. M Thimme Gowda, Secretary of Manovikas Central N. Basavaraju were present.


Bangalore: ‘The money earned is no longer ours. We have to return to society and get its debt, “Congress legislative party leader Siddaramaiah said.

He was inaugurating the ‘JP Narayana Swamy Foundation’ in the city on Sunday. “JP Narayana Swamy worked hard for the vulnerable people throughout his life. His son (JP Sudhakar) is on his way. The foundation has begun for financially backward and special spirit children, “he said. Actor Puneet Rajkumar said, “No one ever worked with social commitment, and lighted for hundreds of people.”

Siddaramaiah inaugurated the foundation library. The Foundation announced that it will provide financial and educational facilities for identifying special children. Six children each were distributed ₹ 5,000 each. ‘If you find the economically backward poor children. They can also be helped, “said JP Narayanaswamy, president of the foundation.
₹ 7.5 lakh Assistance: Foundation president JP Sudhakar helped ₹ 7.5 lakh for dementia and dining expenses for one year of dementia children at the Mathrashree Manovikasa Center. Then RL.Jalappa Trust ₹ 1 lakh assistance was announced. 358 poor students were given scholarships from the foundation. The Foundation also announced that it would distribute annual ₹ 20.65 lakh scholarship. (Degree ₹ 5,000, postgraduate ₹ 10, ₹ 15,000 scholarship for medical and engineering students). Priyanka, who was the first rank in microbiology, was honored. Hon’ble Minister: Lakshminarasayya (Member of Karnataka Lokseva Commission), AR Ramaiah (Former General Secretary of Karnataka Area Arya Idigar Sangha), Anjaiah (Senior Society), Jagadish (Kolar District Panchayat Chief Executive Officer), Parashuram (Haveri District Superintendent) . The Foundation announced that it would pay monthly monthly payments to Lingamma of Mandya (104) of Lingamma Mandya, who believes in her own work at 104. Lingamma, who has lost a son who has been born, has relied on his own job for the life of the car at this age. They trade regular peanuts at Mahavira Theater in Mandya.

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