Mangaluru: Our Government is committed to fulfilling the aspirations of the workers of the tailoring profession and as an MLA, I will work as a bridge between the workers and the Government,” said MLA Vedavyas Kamath.
Speaking at a felicitation ceremony organised by the leaders of The Karnataka State Tailors’ Association, MLA Kamath said that the Karnataka State Tailors’ Association has been providing a lot of support for the upliftment of many poor labourers. Many poor families at the rural level still depend on the tailoring profession. He appreciated the activities of the Association saying that it is working to cooperate in availing the benefits of the Government for the betterment of such families.
Karnataka State Tailors’ Association State President B. A. Narayana said, “Vedavyas Kamath, who is a pro-people MLA, responds to the demands of our Association. Realising the problems of poor labourers, the MLA has already provided 25 sewing machines through our Association. As per the demand of the Association, a grant of Rs. 5 lakh has already been released. The promise to meet the additional demand of Rs. 5 lakh is a testimony to their pro-people concern, he said and added that during the Covid crisis, the Association has provided adequate food kits to the poor families and every member of the Association will always be with them.
Leaders of the Association, State and Zonal Leaders congratulated MLA Vedavyas Kamath by welcoming him through a procession.
KSTA Field President Vidya Shetty presided over the function. State General Secretary Prajwal Kumar, Dakshina Kannada District President Jayanth Puttur, Mangaluru City Committee President Prabha Malini, Keshav Kadri, Shashikala Barke, Prakash Permanki, Harish Rai, Chandrahasa, Presidents of Nine Zonal Committees, General Secretary, Treasurer and all the members were present.