For matchless contribution in promoting the causes of Police and Family Help Center, Women Empowerment, Child Help Development Centers and Girl Child Adoption Program to serve society.
Indore: Barrister Santosh Shukla (President and CEO, World Book of Records) has announced that Life Line Charitable Trust, Surat (Gujarat) India has been honoured by World Book of Records for matchless contribution in promoting the causes of Police and Family Help Center, Women Empowerment, Child Help Development Centers and Girl Child Adoption Program to serve society.
The certificate of Honour was bestowed to Shri Ghanshyam Itliya by Shri Virendra Sharma, Member of British Parliament (Patron, World Book of Records), Dr. Satyanarayan Jatiya (Parliamentary Board Member, BJP) and Dr. Diwakar Sukul (Chairman, World Book of Records) along with dignitaries. In this ceremony, international personalities from America, Australia, UK, UAE, Nepal, and 15 countries graced the ceremony as well as record holders were felicitated.
Mr. Shukla briefed that Certificate of Honour (CoH) is an authenticated document of the certification division of World Book of Records Limited which is bestowed upon a person, place or thing with maintaining specific standards to serve in a concerned field or respected area of activities. On being included by World Book of Records, London (UK), Shri Ghanshyam Itliya was congratulated by members of the Central Working Committee of WBR and other dignitaries from international scenario. #WBR