Mysuru, June 12:- “Along with three pillars of democracy, described by the Constitution, media has been working as the fourth pillar. Unfortunately, these days, media is gradually disappearing,” said secretary of Karnataka Law Board and retired judge, R Chandrasekhar.
He was speaking at the book release programme of Adrushya Madhyama by K Deepak, organised at Rani Bahadur auditorium of Manasagangotri on Sunday.
“Media is not the same as it used to be. Media is expected to be the voice of the people, but it is not the case these days. Media should stop falling behind TRP as it is unethical,” he added.
Deputy speaker of Vidhana Parishat, Marithibbegowda released the book.
MLA Vasu, former MP H Vishwanath, H P Manjunath, Prof G K Govinda Rao, zoo board president Mallige Veeresh, RSS Sanghachalak Ma Venkataram, journalist C K Mahendra, ZP member Pushpa Amaranth, H Janardhan and others were present. (MR/BM).