The Kannada Cinema Industry is coming to road to protest once again on the declaration of Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh to release Cauvery water from Karnataka to Tamil Nadu despite knowing well the drought and water scarcity for drinking. Our farmers do not have sufficient water is a known fact to Prime Minister of India. The survey was done with regard to it recently and drought situation was brought to the notice of Union Agriculture Minister. There is no question of leaving water at the cost of state farmers â€“ this is the common statement heard in the last 18 days. The KFCC also support the state farmers. In a meeting held on Thursday at one point of time one of the members of the committee stated that even the Tamil speaking people in Karnataka should support the cause. We have no objection to any language people. When the issues crops up against the state interests all language people should come for support was the appeal made. On 6th of October, 2012 at 10am the KFI members assemble at KFCC office and go on Padayatra to Governor office and submitted a memorandum to governor Hansaraj Bharadwaj. As a result of this Bundh all the activities of KFI is closed for one day on 6th of October 2012.