Kannada Sahitya Parishat opposes any bifurcation of State
Kannada Chaluvali Kendra Samithi together with Kannada Sahitya Kala Koota had organised a programme titled ‘Karnataka Ekikarana-60’, an introspection which also featured felicitation to Kannada Chaluvali leaders.
Inaugurating the programme Kannada Sahitya Parishat State President Dr. Manu Baligar opined that Kannada Sahitya Parishat strongly opposed any bifurcation of State which has been united after a prolonged effort and struggle. He regretted that Kannada was gradually drifting to a pathetic state in Bengaluru. He lauded the effort of Nadoja D. Javaregowda and others in getting classical status for Kannada. He said that there was a joint struggle opposing the closure of Kannada schools but if those schools were too deficient in students nothing can be done and an introspection becomes imminent.
Kannada Chaluvali leaders Chandrashekaraiah, C. Sampath, G.H. Shetty, Thayur Vittala Murthy and M.B. Doddegowda were felicitated on the occasion.
Journalist Rajashekar Koti presided. Samithi Chairman Mugur Nanjundaswamy, Kala Koota President M. Chandrashekar, Dr. H.B. Rajashekar and others were present on the occasion.