Kavitha inaugurates animal care centre

Published: 16th December 2019 05:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th December 2019 08:17 AM   |  A+A-

TRS leader K Kavitha during inauguration of “A Place to Bark” at Chevewlla near Hyderabad on Sunday

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Former MP Kalvakuntla Kavitha on Sunday inaugurated “A Place to Bark” (an animal care centre) at Miyakhangadda Village of Shankarpally Mandal in Rangareddy district and extended `5 lakh financial assistance to the centre.

Describing the centre as one-of-its-kind in the country, Kavitha congratulated its founder Zabi Khan for his efforts in rescuing abandoned animals.While donating `5 lakh to the centre, she promised to establish a similar centre in Nampally with the help of Telangana Animal Husbandry Department. Chevella MP Dr Ranjith Reddy and MLA Kale Yadayya were present on the occasion.

Book released
On Sunday, Kavitha also released a book titled “The Journey of A Journalist” written by Kambalapally Krishna. Speaking on the occasion, she said that the journalists and politicians have good relations and without the journalistic work, the politics and politicians may not be elevated in the society. She also asked more journalists to come out with such books, sharing their experiences with the public.

Donates Rs 5 lakh
inaugurating “A Place to Bark” at Miyakhangadda Village of Shankarpally Mandal in Rangareddy district, Kavitha donated `5 lakh for the centre

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