Dr.R.Nataraj, the MLA of Mylapore constituency, was the chief guest.
31 students who completed 10th standard were given RAPRA’s annual scholarship.
RAPRA also presented a petition to the MLA containing the key grievances of residents of this R A Puram area.
The issues include the removal of TASMAC outlet in R. A. Puram, the need to restore the local community hall for use by residents, removal of pavement enchroacmments and asking MTC to ply its bus on route No 5 via R.A.Puram.
The MLA appreciated the society’s work for its free medical camps and its offer to be part of Friends of Police. He stressed the need for unity amongst residents and involvement of residents when they fight for a common cause. He promised to look into the issues raised by the residents and get them redressed in due course.
Earlier, there was a free cardiac checkup camp sponsored by Kauvery Hospital, Alwarpet and a talk by its cardiologist Dr.Amol Louis.
- Report by Dr R Chandrasekaran / RAPRA elder and R A Puram resident