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Indian Frontliners bid farewell to G. Rajasekar
September 23, 2014, 3:08 pm
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Mr. Rajasekar, Ex-AGM of Warba Insurance company , was given a fond farewell by Indian frontliners(IFL) in a small get together at Saravanabavan restaurant in Fahaheel. Rajasekar, who has lived in Kuwait for more than three decades has decided to call it a day and settle down in his home country.

Singaravelu in his welcome speech, gave a hint about the contributions of Rajasekar to the society. This was followed by  Serarelvan,Gen.Secratry of  IFL warmly recounting his experiences as a good friend . N.C. Mohandoss , founder of IFL ,elaborated about  Rajasekar's priceless contribution for IFL  as a founder member and the trials and tribulations they went through together in the initial years and emotionally appealed to Rajasekar to be part of Frontliners in spite of his relocation.

Muthukrishnan appreciated Rajasekar's contribution to the growth of Warba insurance and LIC of India and his service to his fellow men, country and society at large. Rama praised his unassuming nature, humility, simplicity and hard work. Selladurai spoke about his spiritual inclinations, his selfless service to friends and his generosity.

Ann praised his tenacity, his dedication to work, principled living and his professional ethics whereas Mrs. Anandi recounted their days together as team members in Bharati Kalai Mandram. She spoke about how he used to plan and present great programs on a tight budget and his perfect book keeping.  Nandagopal regaled the audience with an account of how he became friends with Rajasekar and how he took Rajasekar's daughter on a tow truck to his house.

Nagu, Srinivasan, Tangam, Durai,Mariappan, Arumugam, Subbu Lakshmanan, Nisha – each and every one present at the gathering praised his contribution in the professional, social and spiritual field. Due credit goes to Mrs. Usha who is the woman behind this successful man. Rajasekar thanked everyone for the beautiful sentiments expressed. He wondered whether he was worth all that praise, thus revealing his humility again.  He promised to be in touch with his friends.

The party came to a close with a sumptuous dinner.

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