Kundapur: Tribute meeting held for late veteran politician AG Kodgi
Daijiworld Multimedia Network – Kundapur (EP)
Kundapur, June 20: “AG Kodgi was a senior district politician. He had enjoyed himself as an MP, co-operative leader in the social sector,” former Legislative Council Speaker K Pratapchandra Shetty said.
He was speaking after lighting the lamp and offering floral tributes in the photo in honor of the late AG Kodgi during a gathering at the Sharon Hotel in Kundapur organized by the Block Congress Committee, Kundapur.
“He was used to performing given the importance of his position. He was aware of the law when he was a member of the district panchayat and the taluk panchayat. Officials were scared when he arrived, who is missing now,” he said.
Kundapur Block Congress President Hariprasad Shetty Kanmakki said he was practicing discipline in the political and social sectors. “He was a bold political activist. He indulged his hometown advancements through Amasebail Charitable Trust after retiring from politics,” he said.
Manigopal said AG Kodgi has a close relationship with Devaraj Urs. “He had opportunities to be a minister in Urs’s cabinet. He stood with the farmers during the land reforms, even though he himself was a landowner. He had contributed through zilla parishat. He worked across religion and caste,” he said.
Kota Block Chairman, Shanker Kunder, Former Chairman Malyadi Shivarama Shetty, K Sadananda Shetty, Hariprasad, Sathish Kini Belve, B Hiriyana, Sampigedi Sanjiva Shetty, Krishnadeva Karanth, Devananda Shetty, Jyothi Putran, Vikas Hegde, Kishan Hegde Kolkebail, Jayarama Shetty Belve, Sharath Hegde Kedoor, Dharma Prakash, Devaki Sannayya, Dinesh Hegde, AP Chatra, Ichitartha Shetty, Narayan Achar, Ashwath Kundapur, Nataraj Holla, Abjijith Poojary, Prabhavati Shetty, Advocate Raviraj Shetty and others were present.
Vinod Crasta welcomed. Krishna Poojary Amasebail offered a vote of thanks. Suryaprakash Damle led the condolence meeting.