Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa speech on 73 Independence day celebration
The celebration of the 73rd Independence Day at Field Marshal Manekshaw Parade Ground in Bengaluru, the total 1500 students held the march past and cultural programs.
While in that event CM BS Yediyurappa gave a speech, asked all the migrants of Karnataka to learn the culture and language of the state.
CM said talked about the floods affected areas in the state, and he said 103 taluks in 22 districts of the state are submerged and 61 people have lost their lives in the floods. While Rs 5 lakh families are deceased will be disbursed within 48 hours.
CM BS Yediyurappa said, “I would like to call upon all those who have been migrating to Karnataka from outside to adapt to the Kannada culture, lifestyle and the language without compromising or weakening their identity whatsoever. In this regard, Kannadigas lead by example. Kannadigas, no matter wherever they go and settle, they blend seamlessly with that country or town and this is worth emulating.”
He also said, “I believe that government schools will achieve better results and find more acceptance, it parents, too, become stakeholders in this exercise.”