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  • The Common Charity Project Drishti is taken up in association with LV Prasad Eye Institute with an envisaged project cost of Rs 25 lakh

    Published on June 16, 2019

    Hyderabad:The 12th Edition of Freemasons Treasure Hunt and Drishti, a 500 Cataract Surgeries Charity Project to be launched here in the city tomorrow at St. John’s Freemasons Hall in West Marredpally, Secunderabad.

    In a communication issued to the media today, Lodge Keys Secretary, D.Ramchandram informed that it is an initiative of Lodge Keys No. 297, the primary unit of Freemasonry, The Treasure Hunt will be participated by 80cars.  It is being organised in   aid of charity activities. The Regional Grand Master of Regional Grand Lodge of Southern India, Abraham Markos will flag off the Treasure Hunt and three ARGMs Praful K. Sahgal, S. Janardhan, John Zacharia will join him as guests of honour


    Drishti, A 500 Cataract Surgeries Charity Project worth Rs 25 lakh, will also be launched. A Common Charity Program of Freemasons of Telangana region it is taken up in association with L V Prasad Eye Institute. Together with LV Prasad Eye Institute, the official partner of the project, Freemasons aim at 500 Cataract Surgeries worth Rs 25 lakhs to be done to the deserving poor people in next six month free of cost. All the funds for the same are voluntarily contributed by Freemasons Lodges and members.  Chief Guest Abraham Markos, together with three Assistant Regional Grand Masters—Praful K. Sahgl, S. Janardhan, John Zacharia, will  present a cheque on the occasion to the representative of L.V. Prasad Eye Institute