Courtesy of Sakshi, Vartha
Today, loving praise went to Sri Kaleshwar from Mr. Konka Mallesh, Managing Director of Navyashree Eye Hospital, for donating a Scorpio vehicle to Navyashree Eye Hospital. Mallesh explained that poor patients suffering from eye injuries, eye diseases, and blindness could receive immediate assistance and relief from suffering because of vehicles donated by Sri Kaleshwar and his trust.
Previously, Sri Kaleshwar donated a mini bus for the transportation of the patients and today he donated another vehicle for transportation purposes at the Navyashree eye hospital. Mr. Konka Mallesh also said that the Navyashree Eye Hospital was running successfully all due to the generous financial support provided by Sri Kaleshwar.
The following is excerpted from the Revenue Divisional Office, Penukonda
I submit that the District Collector, Anantapur has called for the report on the complaint of Sri A Kullayappa S/o Marappa of Anantapur in complaint No. 592/2007/82 against Sri Kaleshwar Swami president Shirdi Sai Global Trust, Penukonda in which the Lokayuktha referred the case to Chief Commissioner of Land Administration, Hyderbad for detailed enquiry on the Sri Kaleshwara Swami has under the guise of the trust illegally occupied hundreds of the temple lands and he has been excavating for the hidden treasure. There two issues even as per the report of Deputy Inspector General of police Anantapur Range can be enquired by the Revenue Department, Endowment Department and other Departments concerned by surveying the lands and verifying the records.
I further submit that I have personally enquired complaint the allegation that
- Sri Kaleshwara Swami has not illegally occupied not even a single temple, neither temples nor temple lands. Property (i.c.) Lands poessessed by trust has purchased patta lands from the private pattadars through Registration and constructed the buildings and erected compund wall. Hence the allegation is base less and false.
- He has not excavating for the hidden treasure in any where in Penukonda town. No cases were booked at Station House Offices, Penukonda against Sri Kaleshwar Swamy, President of the Shirdi Sai Global Trust, Penukonda or any other member pertaining to above Trust. Hence the second allegation is base less and also false.
This is submitted for kind information.
Mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Eenadu, Sakshi, Surya, Andhrajyoti, Andhrabhumi, Andhraprabha, Vartha
Am 21. Juni 2008 eröffnete Dr. Sri Sai Kaleshwar das Gebäude der neuen Technischen Hochschule der Sri Krishnadevaraya Universität das Sai Kaleshwar Technology Bhavan genannt wurde. Die Gesamtsumme der Spende für diese neue Hochschule betrug 500.000 $.
Nach der Eröffnung sprach Sri Kaleshwar zu den Anwesenden und legte den Studenten nahe, hart zu arbeiten, pünktlich zu sein und ihrem Land zu dienen, indem sie ihre Bildungsziele innerhalb Indiens verfolgen. Des Weiteren bemerkte er, dass in vielen Ländern junge Erwachsene durch das Jobben in Bars, Restaurants und Tankstellen abgelenkt wären und ihre Kraft für ihren Bildungsweg verlieren würden.
Diese Überzeugung inspirierte Sri Kaleshwar, die technische Hochschule zu gründen um ärmeren Studenten, die den starken Wunsch haben zu studieren und Ingeneure zu werden, dies zu ermöglichen.
An dieser Veranstaltung nahmen der Vize-Kanzler Aathoti Rama Rao, der Registrator der Hochschulen Prof. Krishna Reddy, der Direktor der technischen Hochschule Herr Sai Baba Reddy, Shirdi Sai Global Trust Mitglieder und andere teil.
Courtesy of Sakshi, Andhrabhumi, Surya
Under the guidance of Navyashree Eye Hospital a free eye camp was conducted at Sumbalapulakunt Village. Nearly 45 poor people received eye examinations and treatment. Among those treated 26 people were found needing eye operations for cataracts. Immediately those people were shifted to Navyashree Eye Hospital at Penukonda for their free operations. All patients had their transportation, food, medicines, accommodations and spectacles provided free of charge by the Navyashree Hospital.
Courtesy of Sakshi, Andhrabhumi, Surya
Under the guidance of the Navyashree Eye Hospital, a free eye camp was conducted at Amarapuram Village. Approximately 36 poor people received eye treatment, and of them, 16 people required eye operations (cataracts). All these patients were shifted to the Navyashree Eye Hospital in Penukonda for their operations. Transportation, food, medicines, accommodations and Spectacles were provided by the Navyashree hospital authorities free of charge.