P1.5-M budget for Bacolod’s Diwali Festival approved

first_imgVice Mayor El Cid Familiaran, for his part, said the local Indian community was unable to hold the Diwali Festival last year because the organizer failed to liquidate expenses during the 2017 event. “Abudget is always appropriated every year for the city’s mainstay festivals,”said Rojas, who chairs the SP’s Committee on Appropriation and Finance. “The festival will be celebrated during the second weekend of November of each year,” it added./PN Cited on the ordinance that “this event aims to foster better friendship, cultural as well as economic ties between the Filipino and Indian communities in this city.” The yearly celebration and the financial assistance extended by the city to the festival organizer are based on the Diwali Festival Ordinance. BACOLODCity – The Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP) has approved the P1.5-million budget forthis year’s Diwali Festival, but set a condition to organizers. CouncilorCindy Rojas said the festival – slated Nov. 7 to 9 – can only push through iforganizers are able to liquidate their expenses for 2017. There was no DiwaliFestival held last year.last_img

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