There is a solution for every problem in human qualities, says Karnataka CM



Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said on Sunday that there is a solution to every problem of human qualities and that it is necessary to “cultivate thoughts with human values”.

The Chief Minister’s remarks came during a ceremony to celebrate ‘YKM-75 (YK Muddukrishna)’ and release the book ‘Haadu Hididha Jaadu’.

“We must cultivate thoughts with human values. Respect for others is the first human character,” he said.

Literature is a great force. Literature encourages thought. Everyone has the freedom to express their opinions, but we must understand our social responsibility,” Bommai added.

Praising Muddukrishna’s passion for literature, the chief minister said the book ‘Haadu Hididha Jaadu’ proves his marvelous achievement in the literary world while he was an officer.

“He served with distinction as the director of the Kannada and Culture department and in various other positions,” he said.

On occasion, Bommai published Muddukrishna’s autobiography.

“Chief Minister @BSBommai released Muddukrishna’s autobiography today at Ravindra Kalakshetra in Bengaluru by launching YK Muddukrishna -1 program organized by Department of Kannada & Culture & Karnataka Sugama Sangeeta Parishad,” tweeted the CMO.

“On this occasion, YK Mudukrishna and literary personalities Hampa Nagarajaya and poet HS Venkateshamurthy, singer Kikkeri Krishnamurthy, director of Sapna Book House Nitin Shah and others were present,” he added.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been edited by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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