K-Rail project: CM to visit 14 districts to quell protests

R Sreejith | Mathrubhumi

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The government will hold a district-level meeting of VIPs to clear the doubts about the project.

CM Pinarayi Vijayan | Photo: Mathrubhumi

Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will take initiative to quell the protests against the K-Rail project. As part of this, he will visit the 14 districts and address the people.

The government has decided to hold district-level meetings of VIPs to clear the impending doubts about the project. The CM will interact with social, cultural and business personalities from all 14 districts.

CPM is also planning to hold campaigns for this purpose. The CM will interact with VIPs of various districts starting from January 4, 2022, and inform them of the government's stand on the project. It is expected that this will effectively subdue the protests and allay the concerns of the people.

According to reports, the first event attended by the CM will be held at the Indoor Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram.

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