Mangalore, Mar 31: S R Hiremath, RTI activist and founder of Samaja Parivarthana Samudaya said that public are the god in democracy and if the Constitution is studied and discussed by the common man, there is opportunity to have a greater change through revolution.
Speaking at the interaction programme organized by the district unit of Aam Aadmi Party for it’s at Don Bosco on March 31, Monday, he said that Corruption has become like a symptom of disease and it can be exposed through the media, which is the fourth pillar of democracy.
Hiremath also said that after the struggle of Independence, there was a struggle for rights and freedom during the Emergency. Now it the responsibility of general public transform our corrupt society into a civilized society through the third long revolution, so that our future generations will not curse us.
He also said that Congress minister D K Shivakumar, former BJP minister Janardhana Reddy and Anil Lad have looted the state by exploiting nature through illegal mining. Former chief ministers S M Krishna and Yeddurappa were not less involved in corruption.
He also advised AAP workers to read the books like ‘Hind Swaraj’, ‘Annihilation of Caste’ and ‘Prison Diary’. Apart from it, they must read the Constitution to gain knowledge and work without selfishness for a better society.
M R Vasudeva, AAP candidate from Dakshina Kannada district welcomed the guests and gathering.