Sudha Murthy gets hubby Narayana Murthy discharged from hospital to exercise their right to vote, calls ‘voting is noble’

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Published April 26, 2024 at 5:00pm

Update April 26, 2024 at 6:53pm

    Narayana Murthy cast his vote despite facing health issues

    Sudha Murthy stated "Matadana Shreshta Daana (voting is noble)"

    Narayana Murthy urged voters to exercise their vote thoughtfully

Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy, a stalwart of the IT industry, faced health challenges but still made it a priority to cast his vote in Bengaluru’s Lok Sabha elections on April 26. Sudha Murthy, his wife, shared that they discharged him from the hospital solely for this purpose.

The Murthys emphasized the importance of voting, with Sudha stating, “Matadana Shreshta Daana (voting is noble).” Urging citizens to express their opinions through voting, Sudha highlighted the significance of active participation in the democratic process.

Also read: Sudha Murthy’s Rajya Sabha nomination: Here’s a look at her philanthropic and literary works

Narayana Murthy echoed this sentiment, stressing that the opportunity to vote arises only once every five years during the Lok Sabha elections. He emphasized the responsibility attached to this right, urging voters to exercise it thoughtfully.

The couple cast their votes at a polling booth in Jayanagar, Bengaluru, where Sudha, a Rajya Sabha MP, called upon the youth to join the electoral process. She also appealed to the citizens of Bengaluru, known for low voter turnout, to increase their participation.

The second phase of general elections witnessed voting in 88 Lok Sabha constituencies across several states, including Kerala, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Tripura, Manipur, and Jammu and Kashmir.

Sudha Murthy gets hubby Narayana Murthy discharged from hospital to exercise their right to vote, calls ‘voting is noble’

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    Narayana Murthy cast his vote despite facing health issues

    Sudha Murthy stated "Matadana Shreshta Daana (voting is noble)"

    Narayana Murthy urged voters to exercise their vote thoughtfully

Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy, a stalwart of the IT industry, faced health challenges but still made it a priority to cast his vote in Bengaluru’s Lok Sabha elections on April 26. Sudha Murthy, his wife, shared that they discharged him from the hospital solely for this purpose.

The Murthys emphasized the importance of voting, with Sudha stating, “Matadana Shreshta Daana (voting is noble).” Urging citizens to express their opinions through voting, Sudha highlighted the significance of active participation in the democratic process.

Also read: Sudha Murthy’s Rajya Sabha nomination: Here’s a look at her philanthropic and literary works

Narayana Murthy echoed this sentiment, stressing that the opportunity to vote arises only once every five years during the Lok Sabha elections. He emphasized the responsibility attached to this right, urging voters to exercise it thoughtfully.

The couple cast their votes at a polling booth in Jayanagar, Bengaluru, where Sudha, a Rajya Sabha MP, called upon the youth to join the electoral process. She also appealed to the citizens of Bengaluru, known for low voter turnout, to increase their participation.

The second phase of general elections witnessed voting in 88 Lok Sabha constituencies across several states, including Kerala, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Tripura, Manipur, and Jammu and Kashmir.

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