Rotary confers ‘For the Sake of Honour Award’ on H.V. Hande

The Rotary Club of Anna Nagar Madras conferred the “For the Sake of Honour Award” to former Health Minister of Tamil Nadu, H.V. Hande, on Monday.

The award is given to individuals who have rendered exemplary service to society. Addressing the gathering, Dr. Hande highlighted the role played by the Rotary in the Pulse Polio campaign.

Appeal to members

He appealed to Rotary members to educate the masses on the importance of casting a vote and stressed on the need to abstain from taking money to swear allegiance to a party.

He also recalled his confrontation with the British police while he was involved in India’s freedom movement as a student.

J. Radhakrishnan, Transport Secretary, felicitated Dr. Hande and said he was a guiding light and mentor to him. He also lauded his efforts in creating awareness about leprosy and treating patients, even at a time when there was no social media and technology.

Former district governor of Rotary Krishnan V. Chari and president of the club Vrinda Deepak were among those who took part in the event.

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