Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan speaking during inaugural ceremony for the celebration of first year anniversary of state government | Photo: Mathrubhumi
Kannur: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the Kerala government does not work based on the stand of the opposition. He also said that his government is trying to implement development projects for future generations. The CM spoke while inaugurating the first anniversary celebrations of the state government in Kannur on Sunday.
“The state has to see reformation. The government is working towards achieving that. Development should impact every person and every nook and corner of the state. Keralites are all for the development schemes of the government. But the state’s opposition has now turned into a body that blindly blocks all developmental activities,” the CM said.
The inauguration celebration was held at the Kannur Police ground and saw a huge crowd.
The CM also ridiculed Muraleedharan's anti-K-Rail campaign and said the Union minister now understands the positive attitude of the people towards the K-Rail.
"We have seen the visuals... Just imagine our situation if we are having such Union ministers. Can you even imagine any Union minister going around campaigning against a development project of a state? I have had a healthy discussion about SilverLine with the prime minister. But a member of his cabinet is going around spreading negativity about the project," Vijayan said.
(With inputs from agency)