Sullia: Karnataka Assembly welcomes young visitors from Bendodi govt school

Daijiworld Media Network – Sullia (MS)

Sullia, Feb 22: In a heart-warming gesture, students from Bendodi Government Lower Primary School in Kollamogru village were given the unique opportunity to witness the proceedings of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly session at Vidhana Soudha, the state's capital. Accompanied by their teachers, 14 enthusiastic children were part of this memorable experience.

Led by their headmistress, Lalita Kumar, the students were warmly received by Speaker U T Khader upon their arrival. They took the opportunity to submit their appeal and capture a cherished moment with the Speaker through a photograph. Overwhelmed with joy, the children expressed their gratitude for the chance to observe the legislative session first-hand.

This remarkable opportunity came to fruition thanks to the kind promise made by U T Khader during his recent visit to Kollamogru for the village stay program organized for journalists. True to his word, Khader ensured that arrangements were made for the students to witness the assembly proceedings, fulfilling his commitment to the young learners.

The event was attended by Srinivasa Nayak, the district president of the Dakshina Kannada District Journalists Association, as well as members of the gram panchayat and local villagers, who joined in to support and celebrate this significant occasion for the students of Bendodi Government Lower Primary School.





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