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TTD chief Y V Subba Reddy presents clothes, sweets to blind students
TTD Chairman Y V Subba Reddy accompanied by his spouse on Thursday visited the Navjeevan Seva Samsthan for Blind and Aged at Tiruchanoor, near here.
Tirupati: TTD Chairman Y V Subba Reddy accompanied by his spouse on Thursday visited the Navjeevan Seva Samsthan for Blind and Aged at Tiruchanoor, near here.
As part of their annual service agenda on New Year, the couple presented clothes and sweets to the inmates including 30 senior citizens and 70 blind students besides donating Rs 50,000 to the Home for Blind and Old Age people. Speaking on the occasion, the TTD chairman said he was associated with the Navjeevan Trust for 15 years, which managed a school for blind, old age home, eye hospital providing free operations, free education and shelter to senior citizens for the last 42 years. He said TTD would consider providing Srivari darshan once in a year to the blind students and senior citizens in the Home.
The Chairman was impressed by the students melodious rendering of the Annamaiah devotional sankeertanas, said TTD Annamacharya project would take up training of the students in singing the devotional songs and also would be given an opportunity to exhibit their talents at the Nada Niranjanam platform.
R Srinivasan, secretary of Navjeevan trust, head master of blind school Umadevi, teacher Muniratnam and others were present.