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Karnataka Reddy Jana Sangh, which is celebrating its centenary, has never had an election, consensus election is a model for democracy – Minister Ramalinga Reddy

Bengaluru, Nov 17: The Karnataka Reddyjana Sangh will be celebrating its centenary in the next two years and it is a historic achievement that till now the Sangh has been electing its directors unanimously without elections. Transport and Mujarai Minister Ramalingareddy said that this is a symbol of unity in the Reddy race and a model for democracy.

Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister H. K. Patil said that it is commendable that everyone is working hard for the welfare of the community. He suggested that the elders should follow the traditions and uplift the mission of the association.

Former state assembly member K.C.Ramamoorthy recalled M.Nagappa’s contribution to the association, especially his immense concern for the welfare of the Reddy community. He suggested that ‘Founder’s Day’ should be celebrated by the association and similarly ‘Donors’ Day’ should be celebrated by honoring their families.

Sri Vemanananda Swamiji presided. Yelahanka Constituency MLA S.R. Vishwanath, Legislative Council Member Gopinath, Ex-MLA, Ex-President B.V. Ramachandra Reddy, The: M. Nagappa’s son Dayanand Reddy, Secretary K.N. Krishnareddy, Vice President Venkatashivareddy and others were present.