“On the occasion of the launch of the official website of JD(S), we requested Mr. Kumaraswamy to share his vision for our state. Mr. Kumaraswamy recollected his experiences as the Chief Minister and how he would continue on the same path”.

My Experiences – by HD Kumaraswamy

“Prime Minister H.D.Deve Gowda’s Independence Day speech delivered in Hindi from the ramparts of Red Fort on August 15, 1996 was an example to “north Indian leaders”, who should also make the effort to learn one South Indian Language in the interest of national integration. Deve Gowda had demonstrated that any language could be learnt if one had a “strong urge for communication”.

— V P Singh, Former Prime Minister of India

“If it were not for Deve Gowda, water from the Krishna would not have reached the lands of the farmers of north Karnataka,”

— Patil Puttappa, Writer : said in his speech.

Chief Mentor of Infosys Technologies N.R. Narayana Murthy has come out in praise of Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy’s attitude towards industrial development, especially that of the information technology sector.

— N.R. Narayana Murthy, Chief Mentor of Infosys.

The Pretty Woman actor on Saturday, lauded Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy’s initiative to stay at the home of an HIV affected person to remove the stigma attached to the disease.

— Richard Gere, Famous Hollywood Actor.

CM’s initiative is truly global
Many ills that Bangalore is plagued with presently, such as rising air pollution; relentless
increase in the migrant population; flooding of lowlying areas due to heavy rainfall; soaring
temperatures caused by asphalting of surrounding agricultural areas and mushrooming of ugly
concrete structures; and consequent decrease in tree cover will automatically be tackled once

— Suresh Heblikar, Environmentalist

Karnataka needs statesmen today, leaders who have displayed visionary leadership in the past and can exert it further to move our great state from the current state of affairs that we are in. There is a desperate need for all of us to act [vote] now to elect such leaders.
We also recognize the need to save our democracy system so that we focus on the whole society and restore our citizen’s faith in democracy. We need a leader who will serve the people and fulfill their needs and gain their trusts back.

— An article by Jitendra T.L & Naveen C.

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