Khader Inaugurates Batte Bank, Distributes Clothes

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U T Khader Inaugurates Batte Bank, Distributes Clothes

Mangaluru: The members of the MakeAChange Foundation, distributed clothes to the poor and the needy, after prayer at the Idgah Masjid, Light House Hill road here, on July 6.

Minister for Food and Civil Supplies, U T Khader distributed clothes to the needy. U T Khader speaking to said that the MakeAChange Foundation Mangalore is known for working on philanthropic values for the empowerment of weaker sections of society. “Let this foundation bring smiles to the weaker sections.”

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Khader also congratulated the youth for their initiative and encouraged them to continue their service to the mankind. He said that Allah will surely bless these youth to carry out their mission in a big way in the coming days.

Batte Bank is a unique approach in introducing societal development programmes. The MakeAChange Foundation distributed clothes to 200 poor and underprivileged kids of Dakshina Kannada District as a part of it’s ‘BATTE BANK’ initiative.

Chairman of MakeAChange Foundation Suhail Kandak thanked each and everyone for joining hands with MAC and requested their support throughout the journey.

Trustees of MakeAChange Foundation, Mr Rasheed Beary, Shrikanth Kumble, Thansif Bm Killur, Abdul Nihan and Abdul Majeed were also present.

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  1. Joker Pinto,
    Read my post again and try to understand what I wrote about homeless people here in USA. Your gibberish is making it so much harder for you to understand simple things.

  2. “Most of the homeless people (here -in Yumreeka) have either mental issues or serious drug addiction problem” – LameDuck Rampe

    Understandable, dear Thyampa. Send them for MORE wars to battle monsters of the UNIVERSE… liberate Libya.. Iraq.. Afghanistan.. pump money into Pak.. lick Saudi boots… Remember… how some sick joker from Tx said that the war in Iraq would be over in a week? or did he say – over the weekend?

    BUT then, milk flows from taps in YOUR land. Money and honey is ALL around. Aunt Hillary will save the world… if not for Donald Duck. So what STOPS you people from having a sip and swiping Unc Somanna’s card?

    Or, DID the entire crisis start when some wi’fi’d people started SWIPING their cards EVEN for a Cappuccino and started PRINTING money.. or worse.. to wipe bottoms?

    Rampa.. wake up, hon.

  3. As expected, joker pinto has provided the same old links to show how ‘poor’ USA is!! While it is true that there are poor people in this country, the scale of poverty is very different. Most of the homeless people have either mental issues or serious drug addiction problem. Overwhelming majority of poor people here have a standard of life that can only be matched by upper middle class/rich in India. How many poor people in India have air conditions, refrigerators, microwaves, cars, laptops, Wifi, smart phones and a decent apartment? Then again, how do I explain these things to a person who has never seen a developed country ??? Joker Pinto is a joker for a reason!! LOL

  4. ” I live in a distant land of milk and honey!!” – Rapidex Rampe

    Ummm…. so you say. But well, reality is different. I guess it is the land of ‘evaporated’ milk and borrowed/(if NOT outright STOLEN money). Here, take a look:


    Oh well, it looks like those folks are from Somalia… a DISTANT land of MILK and MONEY. .. or did you say HONEY? Hahahahahahhahahahahahahaha….. Sleeping on reams and reams of NY Times…. wrapped up with NY Times… probably EATING NY times too.

    Rampa… enchina poora budpa maraya? “Milk and Money”…. Lolooooollllllll….. hahahahahahaha.

  5. Joker Praveena Pinto – I live in a distant land of milk and honey!! The same land that rejected your visa application!! smiles… On the other hand, you live in mangalooru – I really hope you got a new free shirt. It should help you in Pilikula job interview!! smiles…

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