Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is used to listening to complaints and questions from citizens of the state. But on Friday, there was a difference as children from all the 30 districts of Karnataka placed the issues close to their heart before their chief minister and asked him to help them out. The interaction was organised in Bengaluru's Vikas Soudha by the Karnataka Child Right's Commission and UNICEF. One young girl, who had a tough time in a hostel, said "I was there for 15 days and my experience was too bad. There was no arrangement for girls to bathe." Mr Siddaramaiah turned to officials at the meet and said, "Visit it personally - and attend to the issues. Whoever officials are giving problems to the girls, take action against them."