Infosys Narayan Murthy Update: Voting for the assembly elections in Karnataka is going on since morning. But 77-year-old NR Naranan Murthy, the man who made Bengaluru famous in the world and co-founder and chairman emeritus of the country’s IT giant Infosys, won everyone’s heart with what he said after casting his vote. One of the country’s most respected industrialists, NR Naranan Murthy, who is known for his simplicity, returned to Bengaluru early in the morning from a foreign trip only to cast his vote in the assembly elections.
Narayan Murthy and his wife Sudha Murthy were seen queuing up early in the morning to vote. When he came out of the polling booth after casting his vote, the journalists standing outside asked him many questions related to the election. When Narayana Murthy was asked about his future expectations, he said, “My hope is that this is one of the best places in the world for my grandchildren to live, where they can pursue their careers, get the best education.” achieve and contribute to the society. Narayan Murthy did not stop here, he said that even the poorest child living in the most remote area of the country should have access to better education, better health care and good food, as well as a bright future for his grandchildren.
Naramayan Murthy blamed the elders for the low voter turnout in Mahamagras like Bangalore. He said that the elders of the house should tell their children why voting is necessary. He said that when we were of voting age, our parents used to make sure that our name is included in the voter list and on the day of voting, we do not go anywhere else, must vote.
However, Naranan Murthy refused to say anything on the issues on which the parties and the opposition are making allegations and counter-allegations in the Karnataka election statement.