Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has asserted that his government will not withdraw from any development projects. He affirmed that the LDF government will implement its flagship SilveLine project.
The CM was addressing the media here as the second LDF government celebrates its first anniversary on Friday.
Condemning the protests against SilverLine, he pointed out that the public will realise the false campaign.
The Chief Minister affirmed that the implementation of the SilverLine at a time when the opposition parties-Congress and BJP- and local people in various parts of the state put up intense protests against the crores-worth project citing its mammoth expense and environmental and social impact.
Pinarayi Vijayan also vowed that the LDF government will fulfill all the promises metioned in its election manifesto.
At the same time, he listed out the achievements of the state government in various fields including housing, employment and so on.
A total of 2,95,006 houses were constructed under the Life Mission project in Kerala. By next month, the number of houses constructed under the project will cross 3 lakh. From 2017 to 2021 March 31, a total of 2,62,131 houses were built under this project. The second Pinarayi Vijayan government constructed 32,875 houses.
22,342 candidates received advice memos from PSC. The last LDF government had issued 1,61,361 advice memos, pointed out the CM.
"Currently, KFON connection has been given to 20,750 offices. The infrastructure development including laying of cables, network operating centre, point of presence, end of installation and other works are progressing. Soon 14,000 BPL families from 140 assembly constituencies will be provided with free internet connection," Pinarayi Vijayan said.