The Karnataka Chief Minister Dr B.S.Yediyurappa taking note of the observation made by the Member of Parliament of Bharathiya Janata Party Ananthkumar has assured the Kannada film industry to provide all necessary help to film city in Mysore and Bangalore. I would look in to the matter of sufficient land for this and discuss with the industry on this ground to meet the dreams said the chief minister.
Earlier in the speech at the ‘Shraddanjali’ to recently departed souls Dr Vishnu, Dr Ashwath, Chandulal Jain and Circus Boranna MP Ananthkumar urged the chief minister to accommodate film city for production in Mysore and business activities in Bangalore plus name the two prominent places after Dr.Rajakumar and Dr.Vishnuvardhana.
The ‘Shraddanjali’ turned ‘Varadaan’ for Kannada cinema industry as the Chief Minister assured on the above matters. Drawing his attention on the demise of Dr Vishnuvardhana the CM said he was ‘Shanthi Priya’ and even his wife Bharathi Vishnuvardhana urged for peaceful atmosphere for the final rites.
‘I have done my duty and not succumbed to any pressures’ the CM Yediyurappa said on the sanction the government has made of allotting 2 acres of land and allocating Rs.10 crores. The chief minister also lauded the contribution of Dr C.Ashwath and remembered the ‘Farmers song’ which he made it as ‘Nada Geethe of Farmers’.