Udupi; Feb 04: Laxmi Soma Bangera, government first grade college, Kota-Padukere, students of political science, held a open discussion about contemporary politics with K.Jayaprakash Hegde, Udupi-Chikamagalur constituency’s Loka Sabha member.
Addressing the students, K.Jayaprakash Hegde, MP said in his address that the talk of British that the freedom which they gave is impossible to rescue is proved false. If the students try to understand the intention of the constitution, our democracy definitely will be succeeded. There is no relation between the degree we received and education. Only through the habit of reading, students should enhance their knowledge.
By writing competitive examinations, future has to be created. In politics, all have not lost the way and there is lot of good people. Even after that the scene of the deteriorating politics, should be changed through active participation by the youths. They have to become good opinion makers. People should only give adequate answers in election for the disinterest shown by the legislators.
In the discussion, why students are not behaving as per the proceedings of parliament debates?. Why tainted politicians should be given an opportunity to contest in the election? Why reservation in parliament for Ango-Indian community? Can eradication of corruption possible? Is it necessary to obtain approval for new colleges, when existing government colleges are lacking infrastures? Why delay for the implementation of government projects? Qualification to contest in election and among other questions has been adequately answered by Hegde.
In the programme chief guests like Anand.C.Kundar, student’s welfare officer Dr.Rajendra.S.Nayak, Bhujanga Gurikara, college development committee member Ramesh Kundar and among others were present.
Kenjoor Vasantraj Shetty, principal has welcomed respectable MPs and guests, Shree Prashanth Neelavara,HOD of political science delivered an introductory speech. Uppur Dayananda Kumar, political science professor hosted the programme. College’s teaching and non-teaching staff assisted in making this programme a grand success.