Telangana Jagruthi UK celebrates floral festival


Telangana Jagruthi  UK(TJUK) celebrated Telangana floral festival “Bathukamma” and dinner with pomp and fanfare. Asian Lite reports

unnamed (5)TJUK event was an overwhelming success, with over 200 guests enjoying the dinner, entertainment in the splendor of the Terrace Pavilion of House of Commons (UK Parliament).

According to Sampath K Dhannamneni of the Telangana Jagruthi, the event threw light on the terrible plight suffered by farmers in Telangana state.

The help provided by Jagruthi by raising vital funds to help support widows and family of the farmers who committed suicides in Telangana was also shared on the occasion.

Jagruthi claims to be the first non-profit organization to have generated awareness in India and abroad on this farmers’ issue.  Campaigning was done thru several communication channels including online publicity, banner/flyers.  It is also the first organization to have officially adopted 80 families for one year and Jagruthi UK has adopted 20 families for one year, said the event organisers.

As a result of this several families registered for the event and local businesses sponsored to show their strong support for this noble cause.

Vice-President & Event Coordinator Suman Balamuri, Sushma  Santosh, General Secretary Sravan Reddy, Media & PR Pavani Reddy, the cultural secretary Pavani Pala, women secretary Sandhya Dashrath Boliseti , Business Secretary, Kishore Munagala, Treasurer Raghu Jakkula , the core members of the Ganesh Pala, Prashant, Vamsi Muniganti, Natraj Molala, Venu gadasu played a key role to ensure the event success.

Organisation members and guests in the House of Commons at the floral festival




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