MP Kavitha presents 27th Yudhvir Memorial Award to Syed Osman
TRS MP Kalvakuntla Kavitha presented the 27th Yudhvir Memorial Award to Social worker Syed Osman Azhar Maqsusi in recognition of his dedication to...
Lakdikapul: TRS MP Kalvakuntla Kavitha presented the 27th Yudhvir Memorial Award to Social worker Syed Osman Azhar Maqsusi in recognition of his dedication to remove other people's hunger since 2012 (providing food to needy every day since 2012) at a function at FTAPCCI Red Hills in Hyderabad on Monday. Narendra Luther Chairman, Janab Zahid Ali Khan, Vipma Veer, Muralidhar Gupta, Dr Bajranglal Gupta and others were present.
Social worker Syed Osman Azhar Maqsusi lamented with the burst of tears and said, “I thank my mother for whatever I’m today, more than grateful for the people who have supported me to gain this award.” He also recalled the event when he fed someone for the first time “lakshmi was the first women, she wished me with a thousand blessing which bring me here.”
Speaking on the occasion, Former Civil Servant and Writer Narendra Luther said “Syed Osman Azhar Maqsusi is a man who holds no empire, but he stands as a king in the heart of each citizen, when everyone on earth is busy earning money, he is earning well wishes of uncountable hearts. He is known for his explicit works for supporting marginalised communities by providing food for needy and has grown rapidly with the help of media support. Moreover, he has inspired thousands of youngsters to take initiative in reducing poverty and hunger.”
Member of Parliament Kalvakuntla Kavitha said Syed Osman Azhar Maqsusi is an inspiration for Telangana state, and promised that government will equate the funds with matching grant to institutionalise for causes of hunger in Telangana. She also orated about the works being done by the Chief Minister to provide mid-day meals scheme and Rs 5 meals scheme for poor which is an attempt to solve the hunger issue. Government has installed over 153 centers under Rs 5 meals scheme where over 40,000 people are fed every day.