Gadchiroli Dec. 27 (District Correspondent) Gadchiroli District Central Co-operative Bank, had organized the felicitation of Armori MLA Krishna Gajbe on his honour of getting “Yashwantrao Chavan Ideal People’s Representative Award’, at the meeting hall of the bank here the other day. The kins of the victims of tiger attack in the district were also given financial assistance by the bank in the same programme.
Mr. Ashok Nete, Member of Parliament, Dr. Ramdas Ambatkar, MLC, Arvind Saokar Poreddivar, senior cooperative leader, Krishna Gajbe, Armori MLA, Prakash Poreddiwar, Chairman of Nagri Sahkari Bank, Pranchit Poreddiwar, Chairman of GDCC Bank, Prashant Waghre, BJP District President, Srihari Bhandariwar, Vice President of the bank, Anant Salve, Honorary Secretary, Pawan Naranvare, President of Armori Municipal council, Ishwar Pasewar, Chairman of Armori APMC, Shashikant Salve, Chairman of Gadchiroli APMC, Dr. Hemant Appalwar, Anil Pohankar were the chief guests.
At the outset, Mr. Krishna Gajbe was felicitated at the hands of Dr. Ambatkar and other guests by presenting him shawl and bouquet.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Ashok Nete said that the Poreddiwar family has always been doing social work. It is really appreciable that the cooperative bank is providing financial help to the kins of those who lost their lives in tiger attacks and joined them in their grief. This will help the families in easing out their sufferings, he hoped. Mr. Nete also congratulated Mr. Gajbe on his honour and extended him best wishes for the further work.
Mr. Gajbe expressed his gratitude towards the bank for his felicitation. Poreddiwar family has a great contribution in developing my career, he admitted and assured to work for the people with the same spirit.
Mr. Ambatkar said the Poreddiwar family has a huge contribution in raising the cooperative movement in the district. Continuous efforts are being made by them to strengthen this movement. If good people are working in the society, society will also become good, he observed.
Mr. Arvind Poreddiwar said that the people in the district are getting killed in tiger attacks is a very serious thing. The rising incidents of man -animal conflict needs to be given urgent attention by the government, he demanded.
As many as 6 families whose kins were killed in tiger attack, were given the financial assistance of Rs. 75,000 each at the hands of the guests on this occasion.
Prof. Narendra Arekar conducted the programme and Mr. Satish Ayalwar, CEO of the bank proposed the vote of thanks. A large number of people attended the programme.