Brahmana Mahasabha polls in city today

Brahmana Mahasabha polls in city today

Aspirant of presidential polls for Akhila Karnataka Brahmana Mahasabha R Lakshmikanth said election would be held on June 17 for Mysore region.

Addressing a press meet here on Saturday, he said election for Mysore region comprising of Mandya, Kodagu, Chamarajanagar and Mysore would be held in city at Mahila Samaja, Krishnamurthypuram from 9 am to 2 pm.

Simultaneously polls would be conducted at Shimoga at Brahmana Seva Sangha on Kote road.
Lakshmikanth said the election is being conducted due to the demise of president C V L Shastry recently.

The mahasabha is conducting various programmes to aid the needy students and senior citizens.
Matrimonial services which are organised in all district centres are successful in creating harmony within the community.

“It is also weeding out the internal conflicts within the Brahmin community,” he added.
Lakshmikanth who is presently the general secretary of mahasabha said among more than 30 lakh belonging to the caste, 27,500 are members of the mahasabha. Mysore region has 2,300 voters out of which Mysore has 1,500.

He said elections for Bangalore would be held on June 24 at H N Kalakshetra in Jayanagar.
S Ramanath, S Nagaraj, K Raghuram, Harish, Venkatasubbaiah and Lata Mohan were present.

Free hostel facilities

Dharmaparayani Alamma Hostel ruin by Kunchitigara Sangha invites application for free admission for the year 2012-13.

Students who have scored more than 50 per cent in examinations of graduation, post graduation, medical and engineering, DEd, BEd and diploma could apply, says a release.
Candidates should be from economically backward and non-residents of Mysore, according to a press release.

Applications could be taken from hostel on Dewans road, Devaraja mohalla between 6.30 pm and 8 pm, adds a release from the sangha.

Interested may contact 2422973 or 9880982282.

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