Andhra Pradesh Planning Board vice-chairman C. Kutumba Rao called upon the members of Rotary Club of Vijayawada (RCV) to extend their services towards building the new capital of the State.
Mr. Kutumba Rao was speaking at the RCV president and secretary installation ceremony organised in the city on Sunday.
He said that RCV is one of the oldest NGOs that has always been in the forefront in serving the society.
“With the same spirit the club should extend its services for Amaravati,” he said. Y.V. Krishna Mohan.
K. Nagaraju took oath as the new president and secretary respectively for the year 2018-19.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Mohan said that RCV is going to celebrate platinum jubilee soon.
He said that the Club is going to join hands with the government for development of smart villages in the State.
Mr. Mohan further said that the club had been doing many service activities including construction of toilets for the poor and blood donation campaigns.
He also mentioned heart operations funded by the for critically ill children below 12 years of age.
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