‘Bengaluru is no one’s fiefdom. It belongs to its children’: DCM DK Shivakumar on city’s future

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13-01-2024

    Valedictory function of Ideathon event was held in city today

    DCM DK Shivakumar, his daughter Aishwarya, actor Ramesh Aravind took part

    DKS said 'Bengaluru is no one’s fiefdom. It belongs to the children of Bengaluru.'

The valedictory function of the school level competition on Ideathon related to Brand Bengaluru was held in the city today.

Deputy Chief Minister, DK Shivakumar, his daughter Aishwarya, actor Ramesh Aravind took part in it. Speaking on the occasion Shivakumar said “Bengaluru is no one’s fiefdom. It belongs to the children of Bengaluru. Chidren who are 14 and 15 years of age have a dream about Bengaluru, they have roughly 70 more years to realize their dreams. They have their own conception of how Bengaluru should be. Bengaluru is not just a capital city or silicon city, but it is a city of hopes.”

The deputy CM also stressed on the importance of safeguarding infrastructure. He said “It is not enough if we protect our own house, we need to protect bridges, drains, parks and the likes. It is our collective responsibility. This responsibility should also be transferred to kids who are the future.”

Aishwarya who spoke on the occasion said “I have been in the field of education for 7 years. I want the ideas percolate to the classrooms. One class per month in every school will go a long way in understanding the problems of the city.”

‘Bengaluru is no one’s fiefdom. It belongs to its children’: DCM DK Shivakumar on city’s future

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    Valedictory function of Ideathon event was held in city today

    DCM DK Shivakumar, his daughter Aishwarya, actor Ramesh Aravind took part

    DKS said 'Bengaluru is no one’s fiefdom. It belongs to the children of Bengaluru.'

The valedictory function of the school level competition on Ideathon related to Brand Bengaluru was held in the city today.

Deputy Chief Minister, DK Shivakumar, his daughter Aishwarya, actor Ramesh Aravind took part in it. Speaking on the occasion Shivakumar said “Bengaluru is no one’s fiefdom. It belongs to the children of Bengaluru. Chidren who are 14 and 15 years of age have a dream about Bengaluru, they have roughly 70 more years to realize their dreams. They have their own conception of how Bengaluru should be. Bengaluru is not just a capital city or silicon city, but it is a city of hopes.”

The deputy CM also stressed on the importance of safeguarding infrastructure. He said “It is not enough if we protect our own house, we need to protect bridges, drains, parks and the likes. It is our collective responsibility. This responsibility should also be transferred to kids who are the future.”

Aishwarya who spoke on the occasion said “I have been in the field of education for 7 years. I want the ideas percolate to the classrooms. One class per month in every school will go a long way in understanding the problems of the city.”

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