Smt. K.P. Sasikala Teacher re-elected as HAV state President

· Date:April 4, 2010

KOLLAM: Smt. K.P Sasikala Teacher re-elected as Hindu Aikiya Vedi state President. The HAV state meet elected Shri. Kummanam Rajasekharan, Shri. E.S. Biju, Shri. Marad Suresh and Shri. V.R. Sathyavan as General Secretaries.

Following persons elected in various positions:

Shri. K.N. Ravindranath – Working President

Adv. K.R. Nair- Vice Presidents
Shri. P.K. Bhaskaran
Shri. P.R. Sivarajan

Shri. V.R. Babu- Secretaries
Shri. V. Susikumar
Adv. K. Haridas
Shri. R.S. Ajith Kumar
Shri. S.P. Shaji
P.V. Muralidharan
Adv. P. Rajesh

Shri. K.P. Haridas- Organization Secretary

Shri. M. Radhakrishnan – Depy. Organization secretaries
Shri. K.R. Kannan

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  1. raj nair Reply

    April 4, 2010 at 6:02 pm

    KP Sasikala Teacher
    Pranamam teacher…let the fight go on for each and every Hindu cause against the kommies and kongreeees and pseudo secularists and Bharatha Drohis….who are against us. I want to live and die in my country as a Hindu…and I want my coming generations to be so…. 5

  2. Vijayalakshmi Reply

    April 5, 2010 at 7:30 am

    Smt K.P.Sasikala teacher
    My Best wishes to respected Sasikala teacher, and the other office-bearers of HAV!May Bhagawan Guruvayurappan Bless all of them and help them in unifying the Hindu Samaj! 5

  3. Edathatta Valsaraj (Babu) Reply

    April 5, 2010 at 7:46 pm

    Sasikala teacher
    Best wishes to OUR Sister, Sasikala teacher.

    “HINDUNEWS teaminte AbhiVadyangal”

    sms to
    567678 5

  4. Ramadasan Reply

    April 7, 2010 at 11:02 am

    Hindu Aikya Vedi
    Pranams to HAV leaders 5

  5. vijukallikadu Reply

    April 23, 2010 at 1:13 am

    welcomes to all aikyavedi leaders

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