Dharmasthala donates Rs 25crore for flood relief in Karnataka


Team Udayavani, Aug 17, 2019, 7:20 PM IST

Belthangady: For the second year in a row, Karnataka witnessed an unprecedented rainfall causing huge loss to property and lives.

Dr Virendra Hegde, the hereditary administrator/Dharmadhikari of the Dharmasthala Temple, handed over Rs 25 crore from the Dharmashala Rural Development Project to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund which will be used for rehabilitation and relief needs of the flood victims of the state.

Belthangady MLA Harish Pooja also pledged Rs 50 lakh to the Workers’ Relief Fund.

Mrs Hemavathi V. Hegde, MLA Harish Pooja and Dr LH Manjunath were present at the press conference.

 

Top News

Short of protective gears, health, sanitation workers forced to risk their lives daily: RaGa

Millions of Indians respond to PM’s appeal; light candles, diyas, turn on mobile phone torches

Karnataka govt preparing for eventuality on COVID-19 front

Govt considering another package to minimize lockdown impact: Sources

Mangaluru: Thokkottu housing complex quarantined after resident tests positive

M’luru: 22-yr-old COVID-19 patient recovers, to be discharged tom

K’taka Covid 19 case rises to 151 

Related Articles More

Mangaluru: Thokkottu housing complex quarantined after resident tests positive

M’luru: 22-yr-old COVID-19 patient recovers, to be discharged tom

K’taka Covid 19 case rises to 151 

Mangaluru: No new COVID-19 cases detected as on Apr 5

BSY appeals to public to adhere to COVID-19 lockdown

MUST WATCH

Covid 19: Cong forms dist-level task committee force

Heart of Gold: Helping the needy get free guidance – Dr. Padmanabha Kamath

COVID-19: 5-year-old donates piggy bank for CMRF

COVID-19: Watermelon growers of Polali hurt by lockdown

Latest Additions

Short of protective gears, health, sanitation workers forced to risk their lives daily: RaGa

Millions of Indians respond to PM’s appeal; light candles, diyas, turn on mobile phone torches

Karnataka govt preparing for eventuality on COVID-19 front

Govt considering another package to minimize lockdown impact: Sources

Mangaluru: Thokkottu housing complex quarantined after resident tests positive